stories


A Day in the Life of Nurse and Health Innovator, Jessica Bussert, Indiana, US

After caring for a veteran who was septic and near death due to the worst bed sores she'd ever seen, Jessica Bussert knew there was a better solution. She founded Wave Therapeutics with her own savings and hand built 7 prototypes in the quest to find an affordable and effective way to reduce the risk of bedsores.

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  • 1 month ago

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A Day in the Life of Dr. Charles Richardson, Boca Raton, Florida, USA

My grandmother got me to go into medicine because of her heart health. She couldn’t get the proper treatment so I wanted to invent something that I knew would help her. 

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  • 9 months ago


Finding Grace During the Pandemic

It was a familiar feeling—you know, the one that tells you you’re definitely getting sick, but maybe, if you go to bed early, you’ll wake up okay.

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    Kate Hudson

  • 1 year ago


My Mystery Illness

A few years into my health issues, I began hiding my condition as much as I could.

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  • 1 year ago


Physicians for Physicians—A Wellness Initiative

How do burnt-out practitioners restructure their lives while practicing medicine? Sara and Colin Taylor, a husband and wife physician team from Victoria, BC, are here to help!

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    Katherine Plumhoff

  • 1 year ago


A Day in the Life of Canadian Midwife Judy Rogers

A midwife for over 40 years, Judy Rogers pioneered the first midwifery program in the small community of Parry Sound, Canada. 

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    Interview by Rivka Pruss

  • 1 year ago


Tonic Tensor Tympani Syndrome - It's All In Your Ears

The single “thump” of TTTS after speaking or after loud noises is one of the most common symptoms of this disorder and it is my most pronounced symptom.  

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    AnnaLisa Scott

  • 1 year ago