He had a peaceful transition surrounded by family and love, in a wonderful Burbank hospital where he had been a patient several times. He always looked forward to their practice of playing lullaby chimes throughout the hospital when a baby is born,
This Oregon man may have just won the award for "Grandfather of the Year" after he surprised his grandkids with a creative Christmas gift on wheels.
None of the families will be aware that their debts have been forgiven until they receive a letter in the mail from Christian Assembly Church about the donation. After that, their credit scores are expected to improve and debt collectors will no long
So Team #EndTheFed has put our heads together and decided to be there for anybody feeling lonely on Christmas. We just want to let anybody feeling lonely on Christmas Day know that you have a family out here.
Since Fred Rogers might be one of the most compassionate television heroes in history--and the most iconic fan of the cardigan--the UPMC Magee-Women's Hospital honored the two holidays by dressing all of their baby patients in hand-knitted Mr. Ro
What is true is that whatever his motive, he spent 40 years as the only medical hope for parents of babies born too early in New York City and beyond. Raffel estimates he saved between 6,500 and 7,000 lives.
A discussion rages on at high speed with great passion here in Arizona regarding the "social contract" we're all supposed to be forced into. While the discussion continues, I was compelled to share this article with you all due to the impact it had o