NicView: The Next Best Thing to Being Bassinet-side

It’s the news no expecting mother wants to hear: there’s something wrong with your baby and we need to deliver now. But that’s what happened after a routine check-up for Jennifer Do back in May. Doctors told her that her baby, Hunter, wasn’t getting enough oxygen and nutrients to develop properly and she would need [Continue Reading]

“My son just wanted to be a kid again.” A mother’s quest to find an answer to her son’s pineal cyst.

By Jessica Large, mother of Brayden Large As a mother, I know things about my children that no one else on earth knows. I felt them move in my body before anyone else. I know them each by smell, a primal instinct God imbedded in my DNA. As babies, I could pick out their cry [Continue Reading]

Air Force Veteran Defies the Odds and Survives a Ruptured Brain Aneurysm

As a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Danisha Henry is trained to handle high pressure, high stress situations.  What she didn’t realize was the life-threatening situation she’d have to battle through after putting the combat zone behind her. “Back in March, I was in the kitchen, and the next thing I remember is being [Continue Reading]

Surfer Returns to Riding the Waves after Innovative Ankle Surgery

Scott Huegele loved his active lifestyle – including surfing, hitting the links and even walking his dogs. But he had to put most of those activities on hold after decades of chronic ankle pain became unbearable. At age 15, Huegele was involved in a motorcycle accident, and coupled with years of basketball and several sprains, [Continue Reading]

Champion Swimmer Back in the Pool After Knee Replacement

As a Master’s Swimmer for the past 23 years, Rebecca Buckner of Alaska expects top performance from her body. “Swimming is a very important part of my life. I used to compete and I wanted to still be able to do the breaststroke since that’s my preferred stroke,” Buckner said. When the pain in her [Continue Reading]

Husband & Wife Experience “Widowmaker” Heart Attacks and Live to Tell About It.

Imagine surviving a lightning strike. Now imagine your spouse surviving a lightning strike several months later. That’s the rarity of the Greenbaums’ story. Except instead of having high-voltage electricity coursing through their bodies, they each survived a widowmaker heart attack within months of one another. Robert Greenbaum was the first to survive the potentially deadly [Continue Reading]