Michigan Health Lab’s 5 Most Viewed Stories May Surprise You

From bathroom breaks to physician fashion trends, some interesting stories continue to rise to the top of readers’ searches.

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Author | Johanna Younghans

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The Michigan Health and Health Lab blogs are celebrating five years. Check out more anniversary stories: Golden Oldies: 5 Health Stories You Should Still ReadCelebrating 5 Years of the Michigan Health BlogMichigan Health Lab Turns 5

As with any anniversary, a trip down memory lane is necessary, if not required.

After digging through troves of articles over the last five years on the Michigan Health Lab blog, ranging from health technology and industry news, to new studies, clinical updates and more, some reader favorites were hard to ignore.

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No matter the publish date, the following five pieces remained heavily searched for on the blog's site--and they may surprise you.

Scroll through the list below, and be ready to bookmark a few:

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