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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." 

Dr. Richardson, an inveterate innovator, as well as a dedicated collaborator, shares some in-depth thoughts about fearlessness, trust, and the importance of thinking outside the box in a COVID-19 world. 

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  • 2 weeks ago

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The MS Chronicles - WTF?

No one in my family had MS. My doctor said there wasn’t a cure and we couldn’t yet tell what severity of the disease I had.

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    Kyra Millich

  • 1 year ago

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My Struggle to Identify Migraines

My first morning in Mexico found me crouched before a sculpted wooden toilet seat in someone's sculpted underground home wearing a sculpted white canvas tunic, and vomiting.

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    Zuzu Tadeushuk

  • 10 months ago

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My Achy, Achy Jaw

I was in sixth grade when I got braces. The orthodontist told my parents that even though my teeth were straight, my jaw was misaligned and I would be vulnerable to terrible headaches throughout my life if we didnt do something about it now.

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    Johanna Stoberock

  • 8 months ago

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A Day in the Life of Artist Karin Schaefer

Karin’s Meditation series was our first choice for Kinnected’s featured artist. The woven threads in this series are reminiscent of the oldest and most globally relatable symbols of community that exist.

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    Karin Schaefer

  • 10 months ago

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A Day in the Life of Mary's Place

Mary’s Place believes that no one’s child should sleep outside. They are standing in the gap, from the moment a family becomes homeless until they find their forever home. 

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    Interviewed by Megan Haas

  • 10 months ago

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The Cancer Playlist

I put in ports, little devices placed under the skin through which chemotherapy will be delivered in the weeks and months ahead. I treat every patient like the unique, sentient individual that they are. As with any road trip, however, what’s most important is the music.

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    George Soltes

  • 11 months ago