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.
One Grand Haven man remains hospitalized and another has been charged with drunken driving following a rollover crash in Robinson Township on April 28.
This is the largest construction project ever in Muskegon County, Mercy Health says.
People suffering from dizziness or balance problems have a new place to turn.
Sexual assault survivors raise awareness through Clothesline Project
Pinwheel gardens are sprouting up across Ottawa County this week in an effort to raise awareness, and promote prevention of child abuse.
The Ottawa County Department of Public Health’s sexual health clinic will be open 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays for walk-in testing at the Holland-area location, 12251 James St.
Haiti missionary from Michigan now recovering at acute care center in Florida.
Jackie Sapko and her husband spent the first five years of their son Colton’s life trying to keep him away from anything with peanuts.
The state of Michigan is less than 30 days away from canceling a contract and pulling funding from the Lakeshore Regional Entity, which distributes Medicaid dollars to five community mental health organizations across West Michigan.
An upcoming Diabetes Prevention Program will take place at Spring Lake Presbyterian Church, 760 E. Savidge St. An informational session will take place March 28 and April 4.
Lansing resident Garrett Clinard could be the poster child for the kind of spiraling prescription drug costs that have moved states from Maryland to Utah to try to curtail their price.
Organs from people who died from opioid overdoses have helped fuel an increase in organ donations in Michigan, mirroring a national trend over the last few years, according to groups that oversee transplants.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — When Spectrum Health physicians begin seeing patients at their new facility today, patients insured with United Healthcare will continue to be covered.