He should have been heading for the home stretch, but instead, Sebastien Bourdais’ dreams of victory ended in a blaze of fire and the screeching of twisted metal. The 38-year-old Verizon IndyCar driver was heading into turn two on the third of his four Indianapolis 500 qualifying laps on Saturday, May 20, when he lost control of the car and spun
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A nurse’s work is never done. Between completing rounds, dealing with emergencies, interacting with and worrying over patients, continuing education and a host of other duties, many nurses find that they start to lose some of the passion that first drove them toward such a demanding and selfless career.
Most nurses, however, keep on going. They
It’s always better to give than receive – but for one group of trauma nurses, they’re getting the best of both worlds!
Tracy Spitzer is a performance improvement coordinator and clinical nurse specialist in the Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital trauma unit. She sees a number of severe injuries – including blunt trauma, brain and spinal
We talk a lot about winning when spring comes to Indy. We wonder who will be behind the wheel of the first car to cross the yard of bricks at the Indy 500, and how it must feel to drink that ice-cold bottle of milk on the other side of the finish line.
Tim Coady knows something about winning. Quite a bit about it, actually. As a high school
An engine revs. Others join in, the chorus of motors and pistons and gears building as the chant of the crowd grows steadily louder. Then, peals of rubber against the road, and they’re off! For one, victory lies just over the finish line, with a cold bottle of milk in hand and the yard of bricks underfoot.
It’s April, and that the greatest