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For Dixie Schultz, 85, the diagnosis of a rare autoimmune disorder finally opened the pathway to a dramatic recovery.
Linda Cole suffered from sleep apnea for years—until a tiny device changed her life.
Amid her fight against cancer, a Muskegon woman restores her hope—and her hairstyle—in a visit to a special salon.
Premature babies in the NICU get dressed up for the holidays.
After spending his first months of life in the NICU, Axle Lensky and his family celebrate his first year at home in trademark fashion—a luau-themed dance party.
After her daughter's birth, Kendra Moffett partnered with the Maternal Infant Health Program to help her shape a new life for her family.
A year after his surgery for appendix cancer, Gene Barnard marks the occasion with an ambitious 100-mile bicycle ride.
Confronting an aggressive blood cancer, Colleen Ransome persevered with fast-acting treatment—and an enduring positivity.
Advanced brain-mapping technology and brain surgery give a Michigan boy, 6, hope for a life without seizures.
Jim Boismier wasn't especially worried when he underwent heart tests at a care campus near home. But then his doctor identified an obstructed artery.
New hips—with two different surgery approaches—help a 76-year-old Belding woman spend active time with her grandkids.
After many failed attempts to quit, Janet Hale found success when she connected with the Lifestyle Medicine smoking cessation program.