The move is designed to provide greater access to health care services that are in high demand throughout the Lakeshore region.
On the first morning of Jang Yeo Im’s vacation to San Francisco in 2016, her 8-month-old son, Park Jeong Whan, fell off the bed in the family’s hotel room and hit his head.
Fewer U.S. teens are smoking, having sex and doing drugs these days. Oh, and they're drinking less milk, too.
Medical tests save lives. Discovering diseases before they become more serious can mean the difference between life and death.
The good news is children in Ottawa County have a good quality of life, ranking second in child well-being in the Michigan Public Policy’s 2018 Kids Count book.
Becky Powers tried for five years to get pregnant. She finally did, but the swine flu nearly killed her and her unborn baby.
Trust your DNA. That’s the advice from Dr. Gary Cools, an acupuncturist and panelist at Extended Grace’s town hall meeting Tuesday night to bring attention to alternative mental health care.
As a child, Beau VanSolkema knew he was a boy, even though the rest of the world said he was a girl.
GRAND RAPIDS — West Michigan's regional mental health system is no longer under threat of having its contract pulled by the state.
MUSKEGON — In order to better identify community health needs, The Health Project is encouraging local residents to fill out the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA).
An ambitious research program wants to move beyond ‘one-size-fits-all’ health care.
Patients and employees at North Ottawa Community Hospital were learning Thursday about new technology that will be used for partial knee, total knee and total hip replacements.
The campaign by public health advocates against sugar-sweetened sodas may have had an unintended consequence: Teens are drinking more sugar-sweetened sports drinks.
Work requirements for people seeking welfare assistance have been around since the 1990s. But this is the first time such requirements can be imposed as a condition of receiving government health care.
State health experts have released a guide to help you decide if your catch of the day is something you can eat, or something to toss back into the water.