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St. Luke's College School of Nursing: "Love, Creativity, and a Pioneer Spirit" at work! by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Jul 2013 12:00am This week Jim and I flew from Takamatsu, Japan to Tokyo to meet new nursing colleagues at St. Luke's College of Nursing. (built by American missionary and physician, Dr. Rudolf Bolling Teusler in 1920). In preparing for my visit to this school with a 90-year history of nursing education, I was particularly inspired by the words of its presiden ... Read on »
HUG Your Baby Meets Lactation Colleagues in Denmark by HUG Your Baby Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 May 2014 12:00am Cruising the streets of Copenhagen This month I attended the annual conference of ELACTA (European Lactation Consultants Alliance) in Copenhagen. I was delighted to see again my friends, Barb Glare (IBCLC, CEO of "Breastfeeding Conferences," and HUG's "agent" in Australia) and Min-Sung Kwon (a nurse from the Repub ... Read on »
Like a Baby by harpangel36 Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 7:15pm Many times our premature babies forget to breathe.We call it "apnea of prematurity". Breathing is a natural thing, but these babies are immature and when they stop breathing (go apneic), the alarms go off and we walk over and stimulate them. Pat them on the back, rub their feet, (sometimes a little more convincing is needed). And they take a deep ... Read on »
We Lost The Baby by Ron Sparks Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 4:39pm We Lost The Baby I have very sad news to impart.  Carey and I have lost the baby. Let me start from the beginning . . . and it’s better (easier), for me, to be in the third person as I write this because my heart is so heavy right now. . . He was in Washington, DC on business when Carey called.  His plane had just landed.  She w ... Read on »
Christmas Spirit? by Angie O. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Dec 2012 10:34pm This  Sunday evening, our church, Harvester Christian in St. Charles, MO, was hosting a concert all about worship this Holiday Season. As the messages have focused on Christmas, - preparing for the arrival, giving gifts, and today, WORSHIP, the church offered a Christmas worship and praise session with the hope of just glorifying God and offering ... Read on »
tHERsDay: The Crying Room by Alicia D Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 11:29pm There is a place in the back of our church called The Crying Room - a tiny room in the rear of the nave, partitioned off and divided by a huge pane of glass.  It is a room where parents can bring their crying babies, loud toddlers, or any one who may not be ready or able to sit through an hour church service without being disruptive. Yo ... Read on »
GMC Hearing Update by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 12:00am The Bolted Horse There is one consolation that I will bring to that house of misery  - a clear conscience, a heart whose still small voice  tells me that I have done no wrong to upbraid myself with.  This is the consolation that I have - that my conscience is clear. Augustine E. Costello in1867 Speeches f ... Read on »
Something Profoud (or things I hear my mother saying) by Marla-Deen Posted Wed 23 Apr 2014 10:22pm My Mom is sick.  It's okay.  She's been sick before, really sick.  She has an incredibly strong spirit so we never count her out.  The Husband calls her a Steel Magnolia and he's exactly right.  She's strong, willful,  and has this uncanny way of getting folks to do exactly what she wants, and when she wants, even if it makes no sense at all.  Sh ... Read on »
Baby Christopher is born! by Libby .. Posted Sun 20 Jan 2008 12:00am Amy and I weren't sure what to expect Sunday. In order to guard our hearts, we both went into the visit with pretty low expectations knowing that there were a million ways that this situation could fall through... We drove to Einstein around 2:00, pickup up some food and flowers on the way. We met with Heather in the lobby, where we gather ... Read on »
As I sit and reflect...... by Pamela B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:48am on life, I think about all of the trials Rhett has been through. He came into the world so small, and had alot of problems. When he was first born, he had a blood disorder, where basically his blood had a consistency of oil. This comes from his body making too many red blood cells. While in the NICU, they performed an infusion to correct it, wh ... Read on »