Navy reservist recounts his six-week medical support deployment in New York City during the toughest fight of his nursing career.
Telestroke technology puts remote patients like Larry Veldink face-to-face with neurologists at the stroke center.
Having a women's health specialist look at the whole picture made all the difference for this 46-year-old.
The Michigan National Guard's 126th Army Band treats Spectrum Health team members to an unforgettable afternoon.
Small goals and self-compassion deliver big results.
When cancer claimed her husband, Courtney Appel found solace in becoming a patient advocate.
When a spot showed up on David Kidder’s lung X-ray, he turned to a minimally invasive approach for his biopsy and surgery.
Though they live under the shadow of Huntington's disease, the Shurlow family runs toward a hopeful future.
Menopause wreaked all manner of havoc on Chris Burns for 10 years. With help from a specialist, she found the relief she needed.
Greg Ikiebe hoped for a new start in the U.S. after fleeing the violence of Nigeria. After landing a job, his next step became clear—he'd need a revamped heart.
Environmental services teams have long played a critical role in health care settings—but in a pandemic, they're front and center.
Insulin dependent and overwhelmed, MacKenzie Wells took charge of her diabetes and polycystic ovary syndrome—and overhauled her life.