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Health, yes

Stepping back is best for springing forward: tips for dealing with the beginning of daylight saving time

By Jessica Pasley

Go to bed a little earlier than usual. Take a good look at the morning sun when you get up.

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Photo Feature

Love is in the air: NICU babies celebrate their first Valentine’s Day

By Donn Jones

Red Alert for cuteness!

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Photo Feature

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt celebrates 20 years

By Christina Echegaray

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt staff take a celebratory birthday photo with hospital…

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Employee Spotlight

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt 20th birthday celebration kicks off with performance from employee musician Darnell Clay

By Jessica Pasley

Clay is a familiar face around Monroe Carell. As a Nutrition Services team member, he delivers food trays to patients. Few were aware of his love of music.

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VUMC in the Community

How a little girl, her mom, police officers, firefighters, an animal-removal service, and quite a few passers-by pulled off Operation Kitten Rescue

By Nancy Humphrey

Cat on a cold wet roof

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DAISY Award

“I will always remember her. I can’t imagine a more compassionate individual,” and other DAISY Award-winning examples of extraordinary nurses

By Matt Batcheldor

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries. Here are VUMC's latest winners.

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Patient Spotlight

The fourth grader was in the hospital and missed his classmates. They missed him too. So all 66 of them came to visit.

By Jessica Pasley

"It was really important to us to show him he is in our hearts.”

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Patient Spotlight

Gracie was with her mom and grandmother on a road trip. A medical emergency brought the Angel 7 ambulance to her rescue.

By Jessica Pasley

Angel 7 is the first pediatric transport team in Tennessee to offer extracorporeal membrane oxygenation — ECMO — for its patients. It was the difference in life and death.

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Credo Award Winner

Random acts of kindness and team building put pediatric nurse anesthetist Caroline Campbell in the spotlight with Credo Award

By Christina Echegaray

“When people are feeling down, I want to do something to make everyone feel better.”

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