It doesn’t take much to amaze me. My 15-month-old can use my iPad. Amazing. You spend your free time watching Harlem Shake videos (you know you do). Astonishing. Where I grew up, people randomly burst into flames. Consider my mind blown. When it comes to medical advances, however, the mind-blowing scale just doesn’t register high enough. … Continue reading Through the Wrist to Fix the Heart?
Working in the health care industry, especially in a hospital, caring for others is a way of life. One of the great things about working at Baylor is, whether you are clinical or not, you feel a genuine responsibility to follow the golden rule, treating others as you want to be treated. Our staff is … Continue reading Oklahoman’s Resiliency Serves As a Lesson For All
Can you imagine rushing into a burning house to save a family inside? Can you imagine the chaos, the stress, the pressure you would feel? Now imagine doing those things after recovering from a heart attack or other cardiovascular event. That’s what happened to Brian Stokes, a Chicago firefighter and the subject of our new … Continue reading Return to Work Lab: A Firefighter’s Story
“What’s up Callahams.” I heard those words almost every day for four years. It’s funny, sometimes I still do. I wasn’t sure what to think of Jet when I first started working with him. He was loud and more than a little outspoken. Sometimes his language was more unruly than his beard. His glasses rested low across his nose … Continue reading Jet Jackson: A Life Leaving a Legacy
“Down goes Frazier! Down goes Frazier!” It one of the most memorable calls in sports broadcasting history. Howard Cosell uttered those words after George Foreman sent Joe Frazier to the mat in a 1973 fight for the World Heavyweight Championship. Foreman would go on to win the Heavyweight Title that night in Jamaica. After that fight, Frazier … Continue reading Down Goes Frazier: “Smokin’ Joe” Frazier’s Battle With Liver Cancer