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Navy Vet is Armed with a Wearable Device during Battle against Cancer

When Navy vet Terry O’Keefe first started to get sick, he was enjoying his retirement, touring the U.S. in an R.V. with his wife, Diane. At first, the couple thought that Terry just had allergies, but as Terry’s condition became steadily worse as they drove from state to state, Diane became worried. “Finally, Diane said, …

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Dialysis Nurse Travels to New York to Care for Patients in Fight Against COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis has brought a lot of change to the world, including how people get groceries, interact with others, and for many, their typical daily routines. This is especially true for frontline health care workers like Luke Mayes. Mayes, a registered nurse, typically spends his days caring for patients on dialysis in a hospital …

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How a young woman became empowered to improve her rheumatoid arthritis care

At a young age, Randi learned the importance of self­-advocacy and honest conversations in the face of health struggles. Like most kids, she enjoyed sports and being active. When she was 10 years old, she started having pain in the joints of her knees, shoulders, and ankles. Doctors and coaches told her she was experiencing …

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