St. John Providence Park Hospital Nurse Lauren Ban believes her education is improving patient care.
Within the Detroit health care field, the demand for skilled nurses is increasing.
Three job markets in the Metro Detroit region are offering a wealth of opportunity for qualified candidates.
The Michigan State University College of Nursing has a new center for students, researchers, practitioners and educators to work together on health care issues.
A Grand Valley State University faculty member received a National Institutes of Health grant to continue researching how patients with Alzheimer’s disease use visual cues to navigate their living areas.
Gov. Rick Snyder has approved a bill that will allow breastfeeding mothers to be exempted from jury duty in Michigan.
After two years of planning, Lansing Community College will launch a unique medical program that will give a well-earned boost to men and women who served as military medics.
Dozens of women, babies and dads staged a “nurse-in” outside the SMART Bus Terminal in Troy Friday, in support of a mother who was kicked off a bus for breastfeeding her newborn son.
Growing support Friday for a local woman who was told to leave a SMART bus because she was breastfeeding.
A bus driver in suburban Detroit ordered a woman who was breast-feeding her newborn to cover up while nursing or get off the vehicle.
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