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Feature StoryWilliam Butler is prepared to get his blood drawn at HUDA by his nurse, Val Gamble. Butler has been coming to HUDA for his health care needs since he lost his health insurance four years ago.

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Feature StoryA social and educational group for Spanish-speaking clients at Turner Senior Resource Center.
Feature StoryA young patient at Holy Family Healthcare.
Feature StoryYpsilanti Mobile Farm Stand patron Robert Henderson.
Feature StoryDr. Maureen Connolly.
Feature StoryMembers of the Refugee Development Center's support group for refugee girls in Lansing.
Feature StoryBruce Retterath demonstrates use of a telepsychiatry system.
Feature StoryClinicians work on a patient at Cherry Health.
Feature StoryGeamill Gibson and her son buy produce using a doctor's prescription at the Flint Farmers Market.
Feature StoryLee Township resident Judy Wirtz confers with community health worker Jerry Burton.
Feature StoryShaunte Oliver received support services from Strong Beginnings while she was pregnant with her daughter Alona.
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Feature StorySTEMinistas at a recent Michigan Science Center event
Feature StoryAn After Dark gaming event
Feature StoryJeanane Charara, Michigan Science Center distance learning coordinator
Feature StoryKids in awe at a display in "1001 Inventions"
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