The reasons we give are as individual as our personalities and our passions. While some may analyze where their money can have the most impact, others give to causes or areas to which they have a personal connection. Some give to remember or memorialize a loved one, while other give to support technology, research and innovation. In our “Why I
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By all accounts, Corbin Roudebush, MD, was quite a character. Intimidating at first, but underneath the tough exterior was a man who loved to make people laugh, who had unparalleled passion for his work in endocrinology, and who was fiercely dedicated to caring for his patients. Dr. Roudebush passed away at the young age of 64 after a brief but
For Kelly Tingle, dumping a liter of cold milk on her head was just another day at the office. In Kelly’s line of work – executive director for Rotary Club of Indianapolis – she’s used to stepping outside her comfort zone to raise awareness for the organization and the work it does.
In this case, it was a chance to spread the word about Rotary’s
Rev 2017 Raises Funds for Trauma Care Days Before Fiery Crash during Indianapolis 500 Qualifications
He should have been heading for the home stretch, but instead, Sebastien Bourdais’ dreams of winning Pole position 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
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