Recovering from flap surgery, Tim Gilmer seeks to complete his healing with a wine country reunion
In 2000, I faced a life decision: whether to continue teaching or accept the editorship of New Mobility magazine.
Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
I have found these past 17 years that four things tend to make life worthwhile and enjoyable — close relationships, being part of a larger community, fighting the good fight and keeping a sense of humor.
I needed someone who could navigate within the system. I needed a case manager who could also be a patient advocate.
The rule of law is under attack, especially the civil rights of minorities, immigrants and people with disabilities.
Our health care complex can be a swirling black hole, but there is good news.
Coming face-to-face with the unjust, prohibitive costs of a product-driven, profit-based health care system.
Our nation's health care system is a production line, and we are the product.
The world of seeds and soil calls to me at the dawn of each spring when daffodils bloom. It is an annual ritual of rebirth, not only for Mother Earth in all her glory, but for me as well.