Deena Centofanti, FOX 2 Detroit

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Past articles by Deena:

Unique chair provides important new vertigo treatment

Vertigo can be a disturbing feeling and sometimes finding the cause is just as hard as finding treatments. Someone who has experienced this for years is FOX 2's Jennifer Hammond - and she may have found it in a very unusual chair. → Read More

How to make an easy and trendy Brunch Board with Chef Kelli

Pancakes, bagels, waffles and breads with your favorite butters, dips and spreads! → Read More

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

We spoke with urologist Dr. Michael Lutz who says the first step comes with knowing your numbers. → Read More

Tips for handling back to school anxiety

Excitement, sadness, anticipation, fear, anxiety – this time of the year is filled with emotion. → Read More

BA.5 Covid variant and surge in state numbers renew need for vigilance, says doctor

"So we are seeing an increase in cases again," she said. "We are seeing more people testing positive when they are coming into the emergency department, and so the numbers are on the rise. I know it's frustrating and we're tired of it, but we have to maintain our diligence as new strains change, and it continues to evolve." → Read More

COVID-19 pandemic isolation makes diagnosing autism more difficult

Since children have been isolated from others during the COVID-19 pandemic, diagnosing autism is more difficult. → Read More

Four weight loss rules to follow

"It comes down to personality," he said. "Some like low-carb, some like high carb, some people like moderate protein, some like higher protein. It is what's going to keep you happy, compliant and adherent. There's no one single answer I don't dismiss any diet." → Read More

March Madness: Tips for staying healthy while you watch NCAA games

Planning to spend a lot on the time watching March Madness games? Make sure you remember to focus on your health. → Read More

New eye drops promise to remove need for readers

When you reach a certain age, many people can't leave home without readers. Now there's a new prescription eye drop that promises to enable your aging eyes to read without glasses. We put the drops to test with Jay Towers. → Read More

Expert weighs in on pandemic's impact on suicide risks for kids

There's now CDC data that points to a substantial increase in emergency department visits because of suicide attempts among adolescents during 2020 - but Nancy points to an unexpected stat, fewer deaths. → Read More

Expert explains how we can improve our immune systems

It's a complex part of the human body that incorporates so many parts - the immune system. So as we make our way through Covid, as well as cold and flu season. How can we help our immune system do its job? → Read More

Some simple ways to start healthy habits for the new year

So tip one, start simple! Be realistic and set small goals you can keep. resolutions are intimidating when we start too big. → Read More

Rise in flu cases at U-M campus is good reason to get your shot this winter, expert says

The CDC turned its attention to the University of Michigan campus because in the past month there have been more than 760 cases of the flu reported. → Read More

Tips for managing holiday stress

Sometimes the period between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve can cause a lot of stress. → Read More

How to catch lung cancer early even if you don't have symptoms

A low dose CT scan can detect lung cancer early, increasing your chances of surviving the deadly cancer. → Read More

Ways to cut back on calories

Dr. Lucas from Henry Ford Health, says there are ways to cut back on the calories and still enjoy the feast. You can also make healthy adjustments while cooking in the kitchen. → Read More

What you need to know about type 2 diabetes

Losing weight, eating healthy, and exercising are all steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing type two diabetes. → Read More

Metro Detroit duo raise $100,000 for dystonia research by asking for $5 donations

By asking for donations of just $5, two Metro Detroit men have raised $100,000 to help find a cure for a raise disorder. → Read More

What is the difference between the COVID-19 vaccines for kids and adults?

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 90% effective at preventing symptomatic cases of COVID-19 in kids. → Read More

Post-Halloween, here's how to control candy cravings

You've probably got a stash of candy and maybe you're trying to figure out how to limit the daily intake for you or the kids. Here is some advice for all of us. → Read More