For Carla Dawson, healthcare is both a calling and a career. As chief people officer for Texas Health Resources, she leads HR area for the system that supports the over 24,000 employees who provide care
Imagine tilting your head back in the shower or rolling over in bed only to become dizzy and sick to your stomach. This is something Rhonda Pittman has experienced more than once in the last
Other than morning sickness, Jessica didn't have a complicated pregnancy. But When she was involved in a car accident at 26 gestational weeks, the status of Jessica’s pregnancy quickly changed.
A family history of breast cancer solidified one woman's priority to get regular mammograms, even in a pandemic -- and it may have saved her life.
Ask Renee Jones this question and you will get a very personal answer: “Because it could save your life. A 3D mammogram caught my breast cancer early so I could begin treatment quickly and have
It was two o’clock in the morning on August 30, 2019, when Janie Sullivan woke with pain in her belly. She repeatedly dismissed the discomfort as gas. But when it wouldn’t go away, Janie decided
When retired maintenance mechanic Jessie Hunt noticed his knee beginning to swell more than five years ago, he was told a shot was the best option. That idea didn’t appeal to him, so he made
Dr. Paul Heikkinen, a chiropractor, knows all about treating pain. He has dedicated his career to offering patients therapy and information to help them live active, healthy lifestyles without the nagging aches and pains that
Claire Godwin is grateful for the opportunity to serve people. Using talents as a pianist, vocalist, and missionary, she enjoys an active life full of travel, meeting like-minded volunteers, and helping people. Godwin and her
Debra Hardy, a teacher with three decades of experience, loves to share a passion for science with her students. The 60-year-old resident of Krum leads her students through hands-on experiments, helping concepts come to life