Frank McGeorge, Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Frank McGeorge

Local 4 WDIV Detroit

Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by Frank:

Vuity eye drops temporarily eliminate the need for reading glasses

As we age the lenses of our eyes naturally become less flexible. That makes it harder to focus on things up close, which is why most people over 50 will need reading glasses. → Read More

How do you sleep at night? Here’s how your sleep position affects your health

We spend about a third of our lives sleeping, often in the same position for hours at a time. So, it should come as no surprise that the position you are in can have an impact on your health. → Read More

New drug could help infants be protected from RSV infection

A drug waiting to be reviewed by the FDA could help infants be protected from RSV. → Read More

Commotio cordis: Explaining the condition that caused Damar Hamlin to collapse on Monday Night Football

Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin has been listed in critical condition. → Read More

Health expert weighs in on how you can manage a fever without medication

A Metro Detroit health expert weighs in on how you can manage a fever without medication. → Read More

RSV is filling hospitals, but experts predict flu will hit Michigan soon

Currently, RSV is filling hospitals but a new forecast shows that the flu could soon be taking over. → Read More

How long can you leave pizza out? We scientifically tested it. Here are the results

When you have a pizza, how often do you refrigerate it within two hours? That’s the timeframe recommended by many official food safety guidelines when it comes to handling pizza. → Read More

Here’s how a bionic pancreas can improve blood sugar control for diabetics

November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and Local 4 has news of progress on what is being called the bionic pancreas. → Read More

Want to reduce your risk of breast cancer? Studies say it’s time to sit less and exercise more

One of the best things you can do for your overall health is to sit less and exercise more. → Read More

Task force recommends children be screened for anxiety starting at age 8

Nearly 6 million children were diagnosed with anxiety between 2016 and 2019, according to the CDC. → Read More

This rare and very aggressive breast cancer may not show up on a mammogram: What to know

Inflammatory breast cancer is a rare, but very aggressive cancer that causes less typical symptoms. Symptoms people are more likely to write off as something else. → Read More

Halloween thrills and chills: Why people love the fear

With Halloween season upon us, we decided to dig a little deeper on what makes that fear factor so appealing to some, but not to others. → Read More

Technology helps improve joint replacement surgeries at Henry Ford Health

Join replacements have been around for decades, but with robotic technology, these aren't your grandma's new joints. → Read More

How to handle your kids back to school jitters

Back to school is just around the corner and kids sometimes have a lot of strong feelings about that. → Read More

Fact-checking claims about monkeypox: Where did it come from? How does it spread?

With monkeypox cases climbing, many people looking for information are turning to social media -- which has been a significant source of misinformation. → Read More

Here are some reasons why wearing shoes inside your home is a good idea

Is it healthy to wear outdoor shoes inside your home? Science doesn’t really support either side of the argument. → Read More

Should you take your shoes off

It’s probably crossed your mind when you’ve visited with a friend or when kids come over to play with your kids. Often the decision about shoe-wearing in the house is cultural. → Read More

🔒 Insider Survey: Do you take your shoes off

There are medical scientific opinions on both sides that I think will be fun for everyone to hear. → Read More

Here’s how you can get 8 free COVID tests per person every month

Many people don’t know that they are now entitled to receive eight free COVID tests per month. → Read More

How are at-home COVID test results impacting overall case numbers?

With new case numbers only being reported once a week, as well as the growth in at-home testing that usually goes unreported. → Read More