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Fifth Third Bank thanks everyone who made the 38th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run a success.
Christine Law was not at high risk for breast cancer, then doctors found three tumors in her right breast.
Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids provides emotional health for everyone affected by a cancer diagnosis.
Natalia Gomez says her cancer diagnosis taught her to take control of her health care.
The woman who pushed for Michigan’s new breast density notification law calls its passage a “bittersweet victory.”
An inmate at Muskegon Correctional Facility nominated Mary Berghuis.
Pine Rest says stress impacts teens harder than it does for adults.
The annual UP2U Mental Health Festival is on Saturday, May 16.
Out Side In is a 2015 Connecting with Community Awards Finalist.
The summer preschool program at OAISD provides a full year’s worth of preschool within the summer months.
Men raced against women in the 38th annual Fifth Third River Bank Run.
Rockford High School program named the 2015 High School Television Station of the Year.
A biometric screening can reveal a complete picture of your health and if you’re at risk.
John Kraus was named CTE Administrator of the Year.
The big race weekend kicks off with the Sports & Fitness Expo at DeVos Place.