On a whim, Kaylon Bruner-Tran checked her family’s DNA. It led to family she didn’t know she had and a mother-son reunion after 50 years.
"Cultures can be very different, nothing is more powerful than family.”
VUMC New Year’s babies bring bright start to 2021
Welcome, Graham; welcome, Nike; welcome, Oakley Rose!
My daughter was born in the middle of the pandemic. She is going to get very tired of hearing that story when she’s older.
I can already picture Natalie rolling her eyes when she's 16.
She wanted a baby for so long, and then he needed lifesaving surgery. A healthy child is Maira Hernandez’s Mother’s Day gift.
“I want him to have a bright future, and I thank God for putting Michele in my path so my baby can have that.”
A friend said, “Want to climb Kilimanjaro?” Soha Patel said, “Sure!”
Months of hard training. Seven days of climbing. Severe oxygen deprivation. But the view was worth it.
“There’s something amazing about holding up an American flag,” says kettlebell gold medal winner Katherine Hartmann
The physician and scientist says she was motivated by the words of a friend: “Almost everything is your fault, and what isn’t your fault is your responsibility.”
Baby girl Saylor Elaine was born at the right time: 6:12 a.m. on 6/12 — and weighed 6 pounds, 12 ounces
“We will tell her how she came right on time — the most perfect time — and how special she is.”
Avid runner founds “Gynecologists for Hire” to participate in Shade Tree Trot
Ob/Gyn fellow Cynthia Arvizo witnessed firsthand the good that Shade Tree Clinic does — so she formed a running team to raise funds