Ali Vise

Victoria Duran’s experience as a patient on Memorial Hermann Life Flight led her to pursue a career in emergency medical services

By Jade Waddy Victoria Duran’s excitement for meeting the men and women who played a role in saving her life could be seen on her bright smile. A terrifying Easter Sunday On Easter Sunday 2012, Duran and her family were involved in a serious motor vehicle collision in Baytown, 26 miles south of Houston. The [Continue Reading]

Ali Vise

Man with Parkinson’s Sets Sights on IRONMAN Race

By Drew Munhausen Just over five years ago, Matt Kintzele noticed a twitch in his left thumb. Over time, the twitch got worse and slowly progressed into his hand. Kintzele, at age 46, was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease. “I was active before my diagnosis, exercising about three times a week,” Kintzele said. “But [Continue Reading]

Ali Vise

Ali Vise

Follow-Up Friday: Teenager Abigail Now Thriving a Year After Heart Surgery

The possibility Abigail Franklin could lead an active, healthy lifestyle absent of heart transplant before she turned 30 years old was at one time inconceivable to her family. And when John and Eve Franklin’s middle child began experiencing the early stages of heart failure at age 15, it seemed altogether impossible. But a life-saving surgery [Continue Reading]

Derek Kelsheimer

The Three P’s of Holiday Travel: Your Guide to Safe and Healthy Travel

Take the stress out of traveling this holiday season by being proactive, prepared and protected when it comes to your health. Whether you find yourself in traffic gridlock or easing your way through the holiday crowds, be sure to follow these tips to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy this holiday season. [Continue Reading]

Tashika Varma