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Inside the scramble to bring Covid-19 vaccines to homebound Americans Senior Services, Johnson And Johnson, Prioritize, Inspiring People, Vulnerability, American, Painting, Painting Art, Paintings

Inside the scramble to bring Covid-19 vaccines to homebound Americans

The early vaccination campaign has tried to prioritize the sickest and most elderly. But it’s leaving behind vulnerable, homebound Americans.

Elaine Morrison, Elaine Wellness Pilates Instructor, Pilates Studio, New Career, Career Change, Create A Company, Inside Job, Hair Loss, Collagen, Autoimmune Paleo

Elaine Morrison, 51. How Healing Hashimoto’s, Hair Loss, and Fatigue With Collagen Created a Business | AGEIST

With her collagen brand, Elaine Wellness, Elaine Morrison is "changing the narrative for women around beauty and aging"

'Geriatric Champions' Are Changing Medicine for Good Family Practice Physician, Mental Health Assessment, Primary Care Clinic, Primary Care Physician, Life Choices, Occupational Therapy, Champion, Medicine, Change

'Geriatric Champions' Are Changing Medicine for Good

A new fellowship in Oregon deepens clinics’ understanding of treating patients

At 50, She's Tackling a Lifelong Dream of Hiking More Than 2,000 Miles Max Patch, Hip Replacement, Thru Hiking, I Love Mom, Appalachian Trail, Inspiring People, How To Fall Asleep, Love You Mom

At 50, She's Tackling a Lifelong Dream of Hiking More Than 2,000 Miles

This author survived two life-threatening accidents and now she plans to complete the Appalachian Trail. Read about her journey here.

Vaccine Altruists Find Appointments for Those Who Can’t | Kaiser Health News Phone Messages, Book People, Live In The Now, Appointments, Helping People, Feel Good, Encouragement, Canning, Health

Vaccine Altruists Find Appointments for Those Who Can’t

An army of volunteers help people who otherwise would have had difficulty securing a covid vaccination because of cumbersome computer or telephone registration systems.

Three Women Who Changed Cancer Care | Cancer Support Community Cancer Support Community, Psychological Effects, National Institutes Of Health, Inspiring People, Physiology, Textbook, Change, Women, Class Books

Three Women Who Changed Cancer Care

Three Women Who Changed Cancer Care | Cancer Support Community

One Man's Journey With Post-COVID Syndrome and Helpful Resources - Online Group, Feeling Hopeless, Online Support, Information Overload, New Things To Learn, Public Health, Journey, Medical, Inspiring People

Health in 30 - Expert Information. Spectacular Health.

One Man's Journey With Post-COVID Syndrome and Helpful Resources -

Baylor providing COVID training for national nursing home network | BCM Data Show, Old Folks, Home Network, Tomorrow Will Be Better, Rhone, Fukuoka, Alzheimers, Health And Safety, Guinness

Baylor providing COVID training for national nursing home network

Nursing home residents are especially vulnerable to COVID-19 due to their age, underlying conditions and communal living conditions. Nursing homes are...

Vaccine Altruists Find Appointments for Those Who Can’t | Kaiser Health News Volunteer Groups, Volunteer Services, Book People, People Like, College Classes, Student Studying, Inspiring People, Kids Online, Appointments

Vaccine Altruists Find Appointments for Those Who Can’t

An army of volunteers help people who otherwise would have had difficulty securing a covid vaccination because of cumbersome computer or telephone registration systems.

National COVID-19 Day Inspiring People, World, Day, The World

Be a Neighbor

Responding to Crisis. Together. Neighbors working together to help one another and rally through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Physician's assistant and pediatric bone cancer survivor Hayley Arceneaux, 29, will be one of four crew members on the world's first all-civilian mission to space at the end of this year. Tennessee, Private Flights, Rocket Launch, Young Americans, Nasa Astronauts, Childhood Cancer, The Journey

'The Sky's Not Even The Limit': Cancer Survivor To Become Youngest American In Space

Physician assistant and pediatric bone cancer survivor Hayley Arceneaux, 29, will be one of four crew members on the world's first all-civilian mission to space at the end of this year.

I Am Black, Disabled And Beautiful. Here’s Why I Speak Up For Others With Disabilities. Rare Disorders, Muscular Dystrophies, Skeletal Muscle, Disabled People, Rare Disease, When I Grow Up, Black People, Disability, Lunges

I Am Black, Disabled And Beautiful. Here’s Why I Speak Up For Others With Disabilities.

I Am Black, Disabled And Beautiful. Here’s Why I Speak Up For Others With Disabilities.

Pa. physician and mother of a boy with a rare disease dedicates her life to funding gene therapy research | 5 Questions Aspiration Pneumonia, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Gene Therapy, Sepsis, Rare Disease, Sick Kids, 9 Year Olds, Inspiring People, Chronic Illness

Pa. physician and mother of a boy with a rare disease dedicates her life to funding gene therapy research | 5 Questions

A.J. Henwood is 9 years old and obsessed with baseball. He also has a rare disease known as NF2 – formally, neurofibromatosis Type 2.

  Stories Of Success, Clinical Research, Cancer Support, Cancer Treatment, Bad Habits, Life Science, Cancer Awareness, Inspiring People, Artificial Intelligence

Dr. Selin Kurnaz Shares Upbringing and Startup Success with Parveen Panwar, Mr. Activated - Massive Bio

On December 25th, 2020, Authority Magazine interviewed Co-Founder and CEO, Dr. Selin Kurnaz of Massive Bio, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Clinical Trial

Medical student Marcello Kendrew Chang shares the experience of a family caregiver he met during Stanford Medicine’s yearlong Walk WIth Me course. Medical Students, Inspiring People, Caregiver, Medicine, Walking, Learning, Studying, Walks, Teaching

Walk With Me: Learning from patients and family partners - Scope

Medical student Marcello Kendrew Chang shares the experience of a family caregiver he met during Stanford Medicine’s yearlong Walk With Me course.