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Life sciences, hospitals, legislation, medical research and pharmaceuticals
Animal trials show promise, according to university researchers.
Anyone who’s suffered or watched a loved one suffer from a traumatic brain injury will appreciate that a group of local scientists may have found a way to help the healing. Read More
We all know that afternoon feeling. It’s around 2 or 3 p.m., when you’ve already put in six hours of work. The end of the day is near, but not near enough. The morning coffee has worked its way through your system, and you’re starting to wish you were back in preschool where “nap time” is part of the curriculum. Read More
Seven West Michigan hospitals are considered to be among the “most-wired” hospitals in the country. Read More
Work is underway on a $12.4-million project at a behavioral health facility in the area. Read More
Sheriff’s department, GR police will test behavioral health program for one year.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Amid the heated and complex national conversation surrounding the deaths of Philando Castile, Alton Sterling and five police officers in Dallas, some West Michigan police will get help coping with a tough job that seems to be getting tougher. Read More
GVSU prof puts patients with disabilities in the saddle.
Beth Macauley is one of only four speech-language pathologists in the country certified in hippotherapy, an emerging technique that puts patients on horseback to improve speech, motor and cognitive functions. Read More
A local health system has named a long-time health plan executive its VP of government relations and public policy. Read More