Patients and families benefit from new activity book — and the volunteer who brings it
Puzzles, mazes, coloring pages and other fun help pass the time
Five surgeries in nine days. A month in intensive care. An amazing recovery.
Kyle Mullicane's is the only medical story you will read today that features a hallucination taking place in a Vegas steakhouse.
Last New Year’s Day, Gregory Tidwell was in a coma. At the beginning of 2020, he is doing much better
“It has made me ecstatically happy to watch him get better,” his mom said.
In 1994, Harold “Scottie” Scott’s HIV-positive status was covered on the local news. He has been an educator ever since.
Now, 25 years after his announcement, Scott’s mission remains the same: to educate others on the history of HIV, dispel myths and break down stigma.
Madalyn Durbin’s dad just had a double lung transplant; surely there was no way he could make it to her wedding.
Never underestimate a father’s determination to be there for his daughter. As Madalyn started down the aisle, Terry stepped out and took her hand.
Children’s Hospital patient and his grandmother write a book with a message: “I am just like you, but different”
Ryan told his grandmother about the way other people looked at him. She didn't want him to experience that anymore.
Her dad needed a kidney; hers didn’t match. But through paired donation, her dad got a kidney and so did another person in need.
Her blood type was B and his was A. So they went to Plan B.
As a child, Andrea Pitts was severely burned. As an adult, she provides “Boxes of Love” to burn patients.
A few gifts and an encouraging note from somebody who's been there
Tricia Burgess thought she had seasonal allergies. She actually needed a heart transplant.
“I didn’t even know I was sick. I’m thankful that Vanderbilt saved my life.”