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April 15, 2019

A stunning diagnosis of HIV – and the surprise that followed

An HIV diagnosis is no longer a death sentence it once was. Nicole Dye has learned a lot on her journey.
April 17, 2019

A mother’s love letter to her nurses

To the women who took care of me when I could not take care of myself: I see you, I thank you, I’ll never forget you.
April 17, 2019

Mako knee surgery gets golfer back in the swing

Knee replacement surgery, assisted by robotic arm technology, helped a man quickly return to his favorite outdoor activities.
April 12, 2019

Cheerleader’s injury shows how migraines can complicate concussion diagnosis

A cheerleader's story: Why migraines can complicate concussion diagnoses in young women.
April 15, 2019

Why trendy amber teething necklaces are a bad idea for baby

Amber teething necklaces may be all the rage, but they're a dangerous solution to a minor problem.

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How one woman is fighting to close the racial gap in healthcare

How does our health system demonstrate a commitment to health equity? One woman has answers.

Celebrating Evelyn: How one child’s short life made a difference

Although she lived just 57 days, Evelyn Kennedy Cochran left a lasting impression on everyone she met.  

A scary diagnosis—and bright future

Sammy Rowland is an engaging 10-year-old who swings a mean bat in Little League.  He started having headaches. They got worse. It was time to the see doctor. His mother called her husband: You need to get over here, they found something. A brain tumor....