The most recent data show that 3 million school-age children — including more than 600,000 middle school students — have tried vaping.
Breast cancer survivor Heather Jablonowski of Berkley has this message for women — and men, too: Perform monthly breast self-exams and know your body. If something feels amiss, push doctors for answers.
Local center inundated with calls for help.
Based on data from the 2017 Ottawa County Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), the 2018 Community Health Improvement Plan (C.H.I.P.) is aimed at improving county residents’ health in areas such as access to care, mental health and healthy behaviors.
“The flu” was “everywhere” last year. A Centers for Disease Control doctor cautioned that the last flu season proved to be one of the deadliest.
There are four times more mosquitoes out now than this time last year, and you might be attracting them without even knowing it. Here are five things that make mosquitoes more attracted to you.
Brother, sister with cystic fibrosis heading to Disney World, Universal Studios.
A new industry may be coming to Michigan in 2019, as voter approval of Proposition 1 on the November ballot would mean the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state.
Staffing changes will be made at Spectrum Health’s urgent care centers, but none of them will happen in Grand Haven.
Health Pointe Medical Center donates AED defibrillator to Grand Haven Youth Football Program
After advising the public to avoid the nasal-spray version of the flu vaccine for the past two years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now giving it the green light.
Drinking water from the Northwest Ottawa Water System is well below the “actionable” level, according to test results released Wednesday.
A former Spring Lake man continues to recover from multiple injuries he suffered when he crashed his motorcycle on the Grand Haven drawbridge Monday night.
Imagine a drug that could enhance a child’s creativity, critical thinking and resilience. Imagine that this drug were simple to make, safe to take, and could be had for free.
Anticipating the statewide study of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) in drinking water, the Northwest Ottawa Water System has conducted its own study.