Superfood café Vitality Bowls is launching new savory menu items that are available exclusively in Grand Rapids.
Faith Hospice has announced plans to construct a grief support center at its Trillium Woods inpatient facility to address an increasing need for bereavement services in West Michigan.
The Kent County Health Department, Hispanic Center of Western Michigan, North Kent Connect, Seeds of Promise and Vaccinate West Michigan are partnering to offer mobile vaccination clinics throughout Kent County in September.
A new report finds Michiganders are prepared to pay those unvaccinated against COVID-19 $136 each to receive the jab.
Body Mind Being Institute guides participants into a new way of living.
Zeal Aerial Fitness is going to add bungee fitness classes to its studio, making it the first location in Grand Rapids to offer that type of fitness class.
Taking care of your feet early on can mean avoiding surgery later.
Dr. Diana Bitner elevates women’s health with new practice.
Meeting needs despite quarantine barriers.
To commemorate Michigan's Clean Slate legislation, Fluresh of Grand Rapids will be donating $1 for every pack sold of its new Creamberry 1/8 Jars and 5ct Pre-Rolls to support statewide expungement efforts.
An emerging trend, doulas guide people through their end-of-life journey.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Green Wellness in Caledonia is introducing CBD-based hangover kits.
Former University of Miami footballer Daimond Dixon and his wife Regina Dixon opened a new workout facility that brings together athletes and nonathletes alike.
Functional medicine practice uses food as medicine.
Winter is typically cold and flu season, but this year, diagnoses could get a bit trickier with COVID-19 lurking around every corner.
The average Michigander would pay $493 to jump the queue for the new COVID-19 vaccine, according to a recent study.
Telemedicine services are growing and projected to continue — even after COVID-19.
IV therapies offer new/old approach to wellness.
Experts say suicide is preventable.
This fall, kids might experience increased stress due to COVID-19.