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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

Patient Story

COPD: One family fights back

Sharing a common diagnosis, sisters come together to fight the encroaching disease through pulmonary rehab.

Managing stress: recognize it, own it, ease it

Cope with everyday anxiety by finding relaxation strategies that work for you.

Patient Story

‘We had to help you’

When a retiree collapsed at the gym, two bystanders jumped in to help save him.

Patient Story

‘I never knew when it was going to hit’

An implanted device provides relief from fecal incontinence, giving this 81-year-old a new lease on life.

Patient Story

‘Living life to the fullest’

Less-invasive lymph node surgery has meant faster recovery for stage 3 melanoma patient Sally Coburn, who lives for the people she’s passionate about.

Don’t let the heat beat you down

With these 9 tips for preventing heat-related illness, your summertime workouts will do you good, not wring you out.

Patient Story

A leg up for caregivers

Before taking her mom home after hip surgery, Emily Adamczyk got a confidence boost from a joint replacement class for caregivers.

‘You don’t have to be miserable’

Seasonal allergies? Find relief with these tried-and-true tips from an allergist.

Patient Story

A tale of two strokes

After back-to-back strokes, each reversed with a thrombectomy, Gary Cole, 74, feels ‘darn lucky’ to be getting back to life as usual.

Patient Story

‘A light at the end of that tunnel’

Midlife triggered a complex set of women’s health issues for Molly Davidson.

Patient Story

Rebuilding a life

Fearing the worst while hoping for the best, a 33-year-old construction worker resists seeking treatment for paralysis until the 11th hour.

Patient Story

Calm in the storm

A multisensory machine creates a stress-free hospital visit for a young man with special needs.