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Shot@Life Champion Summit

This week, I had the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC with a group of TCU nursing students and our professor. We attended the Shot@Life Champion Summit, a campaign of the United Nations Foundation. 601 more words

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Jeff Koons vs. Hermès

Jeff Koons and Hermès joined forces to help the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life that advocates for vaccination worldwide. The American artist has created exclusive pieces for a fundraiser organised by Project Perpetual. 106 more words

Fashion

The Other Mothers

A True Story of Loss, Survival and the Largest Public Health Experiment in History

Small-Town Michigan, 1951. An energetic seven year old boy named Michael experiences flu-like symptoms and headaches. 1,815 more words

Vaccines

How Walgreens is using your heart to get your wallet

I just watched a very catchy commercial with a seemingly compassionate undertone called “Get a shot, Give a Shot” from Walgreens (turns out last year they ran a similar campaign called ‘ 494 more words

Faith

Be the Change

I’m honored that my Shot@Life post “Blogust: Reaching Firsts and Making a Difference” is live today on the United Nations Foundation’s website. Blogust is a month-long digital dialogue, bringing more than 25 of the most beloved online writers, photo and video bloggers and Shot@Life champions (me!) together to help change the world through their words and imagery throughout the month of August. 937 more words

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Comment for a Cause

Jake’s 9th birthday would/should have been later this week.  I am not sure that we will ever know why Jake left us so soon but I do know that Evan and I would have done anything we could have to prevent it from happening. 150 more words

Grief

Back To School Immunizations At Walgreens

It’s back to school time… time to make sure your kids are protected!

Joining me in studio is Nichole a local pharmacist at Walgreens.

At  Walgreens, they’re making it easy to make sure your kids are protected.  166 more words

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