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Special times in my life can be defined as those times when I first hear of an idea, an event, a person, who five minutes before, was unknown to me…and yet, I know immediately, that it won’t be the last time that this new knowing will be a part of my life forever. I first Read more about International Women’s Day- America’s Awakening[…]
There are many letters, articles, books Facebook postings, blogs, tweets, filled with personal and professional sharings of having survived cancer. When I read them I am filled with hope for the authors, and for the subjects that have supplied their clinical information for a scientific study. The projected statistical information that things are looking good Read more about Are You Ever Really Free of Cancer?[…]
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There has always been a need for clothing by persons who unexpectedly find themselves as patients in emergency rooms. When most of us get dressed in the morning, there is rarely a thought that we might not be returning home wearing something that doesn’t really fit and isn’t an article of clothing that we would Read more about Emergency Room Nurses Bridge the Clothing Gap From Runway to No Way[…]
Two minutes and three seconds. The talent portion of the Miss America pageant over the last two decades has produced predominately singers, dancers and musical instrument performances. Have you been impressed? Were you wowed? Did you feel like you knew or “felt in a powerful way,” who the young and beautiful women were who were Read more about Two Minutes and Three Seconds[…]