For the culinarily challenged
How do fast food vs. full-service restaurant meals stack up in the health column? You may be surprised.
From joy and sorrow, from love and loss comes the long-awaited addition of healthy triplets.
Blinking lights from law enforcement agencies and caring individuals send messages of love and support for kids in the hospital.
Hot flashes, headaches and weight gain all sucked the energy out of Diane Peterman—until a menopause specialist helped her regain control.
Noah wears a onesie that says "Peace out, NICU" on his last day in the neonatal intensive care unit. (Taylor Ballek | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story
Beau VanSolkema has always envisioned himself being a father or a husband to someone. Even if the rest of the world saw him as a mother or wife. (Taylor Ballek | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story
Lisa Cardillo, 36, and her husband were celebrating their 15th wedding anniversary with a getaway trip to Grand Rapids when she had a heart attack.Explore this story
This heart model was made using the new 3-D printer at the Congenital Heart Center at Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story
Mallory Hersman has two daughters, Alsae and Renner. Both have rare genetic conditions. (Taylor Ballek | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story
Sunshine, a 13-year-old golden retriever, visits 2-year-old Zoe Vulgaris. Zoe can't have pets in her room so Sunshine put his paw to the glass of her door while Zoe put her hand up on the other side. (Taylor Ballek | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story
Meredith Veenstra, 6, is a cancer survivor who enjoys the pampering she gets from Profile Salon's Beautiful You Program. (Chris Clark | Spectrum Health Beat)Explore this story