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Nothing lights my fire like a warm spring day and being outside.
With so many decisions needing to be made when tragedy strikes, it's important to know the people involved in making them so each option can be weighed.
Leaving my primary care facility for a secondary care facility was not going to be easy. There were lots of changes and lots of trepidation.
The way we communicate news and events — no matter how good or how bad the event may be — can make all the difference.
Learning to overcome stagefright like singer Van Morrison and feeling comfortable with a routine.
The abuse of prescription drugs is spinning out of control, and new regulations on the horizon could deprive people who really need the drugs from obtaining them legally.
We can all take a lesson from Eli and the rest of Big Blue.
Four years after spending Super Bowl Sunday in a coma, the only ice I hope to see this year is floating in my water glass.
Four years to the day after a sudden illness took my legs, hands, thumbs, wrists and most of my throat, 'Here I am'.
Walking on two prosthetics in the dark while going downhill is not what I would call a "good hair day."
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