From newborn to adulthood, your children count on you to keep them healthy, strong and thriving. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital experts help you stay in-the-know while your kids are on-the-grow.
Diagnosed with epilepsy two years ago, 6-year-old Maci Nichols now enjoys life free of seizures and medication.
Children's hospital staff put on a spectacular Holly Troll-y Christmas stage performance for kiddos and their families who have dealt with cancer or blood disorders.
The tiny revelers among us are drawn to all that sparkles and shines—so keep an eye on those Christmas lights and ornaments.
Pediatric Chronic Pain Clinic gives student tools to manage her persistent pain and resulting anxiety.
Yes! A study shows they are able to connect words with their meanings early on.
The Bottomless Toy Chest delivers more than 350 toys to children in the hospital.
The story of a recommendation, an act of courage, a breastfeeding support group, Down syndrome and two moms bonding.
Getting kids to drink water with their school lunches could help keep their weight in check and save the U.S. billions in obesity-related costs.
From Michigan to Europe, ACL tears are on the rise. But with proper training and smart scheduling, many of these injuries can be prevented.
Although Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and texting is constant, worries may be misplaced.
Young hematology and oncology patients and siblings shop for presents for their families.
They’ve long been a first-line treatment for a host of maladies—but what does the future hold for antibiotics?