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Eve Clayton

Eve Clayton has worked as a copywriter and editor for more than 20 years, helping local, national and international businesses tell their stories and reach new audiences. She serves clients in a variety of industries, including health care, food/beverage, technology, legal services and office furniture. She lives in the heart of Grand Rapids with her husband and two children and enjoys reading, hiking, drinking coffee and exploring new places.

Eve Clayton

Posts from Eve Clayton

Joint replacement myths and facts

The rules have changed.

Patient Story

‘We’ve got a set of lungs for you’

Rick Andreen celebrates a Christmas dream come true—the freedom to breathe.

Less stress, better brain health

Try these four Zen tricks from a neuropsychologist to keep your cognition on track.

Patient Story

Next best thing to being there

Telestroke technology puts remote patients like Larry Veldink face-to-face with neurologists at the stroke center.

Patient Story

‘A happy place’

Insulin dependent and overwhelmed, MacKenzie Wells took charge of her diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome—and overhauled her life.

Patient Story

‘Tears of joy’

Holsey James battled his way back from cancer and cardiac arrest to earn a spot on the lung transplant waiting list and a renewed life.

12 tips to prep you for spring activity

Try these pro moves to spare you from sore muscles, injuries as the weather heats up.

Patient Story

‘An amazing save’

The way Paul Niles sees it, his decision to go truck shopping set off a miraculous chain of events that saved his life.

Patient Story

‘Huge progress’

For their first three years, twins Ian and Isaac got all their nutrition from feeding tubes. Then they learned to eat.

Patient Story

Brave like a bear

Bryar, a 2-year-old from northern Michigan, fights back after a bone marrow transplant to treat acute myeloid leukemia.

Patient Story

‘I’m going to live’

Screening found early-stage cancer in Marty LaBrecque’s lung. After minimally invasive surgery, the former smoker is free of cancer and ready to live.

Patient Story

‘A better version of himself’

For a preschooler with autism, play-based speech therapy challenges him to use language in a natural context.

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