Grand Rapids Ballet dancers aim to stay strong and on point with a support team of athletic trainers.
Doctors in New York told Marcia Fraser her lung disease would kill her within months. Years later, she's running 5 miles a day.
Brenda Crandall survived stage 4 ovarian cancer. Now, she's choosing to give up her breasts to keep cancer at bay.
Chris Renker hopes for a happy ending in his personal cancer story.
Doug Barense's heart would only quiver after surgery—until a doctor's hands massaged a beat back into it.
Prenatal exercise is key to a healthy pregnancy, normal delivery and happy prenatal experience.
Despite social stigma, the vaccine has proven effective in fighting the virus and cervical cancer.
Grand Rapids semi-pro soccer team benefits from rapid-response medical help.
Assistant principal learns to live with the unknowns: 'Honestly, none of us are guaranteed tomorrow. None of us are guaranteed tonight.'
Cancer patient Steve Johnson says that moments are everything. He wants to spend whatever time he has left helping others.
Kathleen Corey finds a healing path forward after discovering early-stage breast cancer.
After narrowly escaping death, heart transplant patient Fred Nelis will swim competitively in the Transplant Games.
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