Sweet and smiley Camden Cardona has a rare genetic disease―tuberous sclerosis―and a team of experts to help him.
Enduring six surgeries amid the most serious form of spina bifida, 16-month-old Jeremiah Nelson continues to defy the odds.
At age 22, he became a medical pioneer when he received a jawbone implant. He now has a new chin, too.
Hospital food gets a tasty makeover as on-demand room service begins for the youngest patients.
A surgeon repairs 6-year-old Melissa Seide's leg, injured in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti when she was a baby.
A teen’s need for a kidney transplant inspires a flood of volunteer donors.
Hurtling down the road to amputation, a funeral director undergoes a last-ditch endovascular intervention to save his leg.
Thousands of backpacks are being distributed to students throughout Michigan.
Study: Some patients may not understand the significance of this step on the road to recovery.
Community members gather for the fifth annual Candid Conversations event, where Emmy Rickert urges, "Love life ... choose joy."
Twelve-year-old Skylar Darga battles cystic fibrosis and embraces life with gusto.
A Michigan State Police trooper in need of a new liver gets a living donor transplant—from a friend on the force.