But then I asked him what he felt was most important about being a good physician. “Being there,” he said. “Just being there.”
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… the floor littered with empty shreds of red and green foil, and the two beloved chihuahuas who were spending the night with us already beginning to look bilious. What did we do?
Back in the Middle Ages – the period I write about – there was no organization like the Red Cross to help those who suffered disasters, natural or otherwise.
Earlier in the year, due to a series of events I don’t quite understand, I adopted a street dog while on vacation in Puerto Rico.
Welcome to the Weekly Worldwide Wrap-Up, in which we consolidate the international Red Cross and Red Crescent news into one list of bite-sized links for you. It’s a non-comprehensive sampling …
Starting with three shots a week, the treatment continued for more than ten years. It literally took thousands of blood donors to support this treatment. But it worked. Today, other than the occasional flu, Joe is a healthy father of four. And yes, he donates whole blood as often as he can.
American Red Cross Youth Leader Emily Stith is a junior at Nile C. Kinnick High School at the Yokosuka Naval Base in Japan. She hopes sharing her experience will encourage …
It’s knowing that White liked M&Ms and Hall liked dots.
Before long, I qualified as WSI. All due to the American Red Cross!