Dianne Henderson, 66, has worked on General Motors' assembly lines for more than three decades.
The repetitive, grueling work started to take a toll on her a few years ago. Arthritis crippled her left hand, her body was sore and stiff and she felt consistently fatigued.
But today, thanks in part to an athletic trainer brought on by GM, Henderson has no pain and no plans to call it quits.
You can find the entire write up on the Detroit Free Press here.