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Charlotte leads the girls' list, and Oliver leads the boys.
As Dr. Bob Connors steps down as president of Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, he looks back on a career dedicated to caring for children—as a pediatric surgeon, an administrator and a tireless advocate.
Susan prayed every night for two years someone would come to her orphanage in Myanmar and offer the surgery she needed to speak clearly.
Henry Brown is defying the odds and working to beat a rare cancer with the help of his sidekick Jack-Jack and a whole team that loves him.
There are many things medical experts thought Everett Oostveen would never do. This spunky 3-year-old is defying all odds.
Festivities at the children's hospital give kids a chance to be superheroes on Halloween.
When a pizza-loving 10-year-old boy could no longer eat food without getting sick, his parents struggled to find out why.
Alison Mastin's blood attacked her unborn baby in utero. With quick intervention, little Violet survived—and thrived.
After battling back from a devastating brain injury suffered in a car crash, this young man walks side-by-side with his mom as he stakes claim to a new life.
Two boys, both born early, fill the Neubert family with joy.
After undergoing minimally invasive surgery to remove a football-sized spleen he nicknamed Gus, 11-year-old Benjamin Wayne is ready to conquer the world.