Month: February 2021

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Pregnancy brings a roller coaster of feelings and a number of physical modifications. Your regular clothing, bras, and underwear will not match. Good sleep could also be elusive, and your pores and skin might feel delicate and itchy – especially in your belly and breasts. Chances are you’ll be more dreamy and distracted, imagining what life … Read More

How a Longtime Heart Disease Survivor Helps Others Facing Surgery

Jessica Vargas-Miranda.

Jessica has lived with congenital heart disease since being diagnosed at seven months old and never let it slow her down. Here she is pictured with her dog hiking in the Santa Ysabel West Preserve. Each weekend, Jessica and her husband hike nearly 10 miles.

Jessica Vargas-Miranda in the hospital.

Jessica in 2013, recovering at UC San Diego Health from her fourth heart surgery.

When Jessica Vargas-Miranda was just 9 months old, she underwent open heart surgery after doctors determined she suffered from congenital heart disease. Two months later, she underwent heart surgery again. By the time she was 30, she had endured four open heart procedures.

“I’m the oldest of three. I was born a healthy baby to a loving family. I was growing normally according to all medical standards, but when I was 7 months old my mom noticed something wasn’t right,” said Jessica. “I began sweating profusely and was losing weight, and

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — KTTC is honored to introduce viewers monthly to some of the youngest among us, facing the unthinkable with bravery and optimism. In our sixth “Kids With Courage” segment, Caitlin Alexander introduces us to 10-year-old Braylin Hiley.

Braylin recently celebrated her 10th birthday.

Braylin isn’t afraid to speak her mind.

When she learned she was going to be featured on the news, she exclaimed to her parents, “OMG!”

But she speaks differently than most.

“I would say 80% of it is her eye gaze machine now,” said Braylin’s mother Shannon.

To picture the technology Braylin uses to communicate, her parents said it may be helpful to picture British Theoretical Physicist Dr. Stephen Hawking.

Braylin’s father Matt further explained how Braylin’s eye gaze machine works.

Braylin uses technology that allows her communicate through eye movement.

“It reads her eyes, and then she can navigate a computer and it

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Little Chute school counselor dies giving birth to sixth child

LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. (WBAY) – The number of women who die during childbirth is on the rise in the U.S, according to the CDC. It has struck a local community with heartbreak, as it grieves the loss of an Appleton mother who died in January giving birth to her sixth child. Molly McGinnis was only 45 years old. She was also a school psychologist in Little Chute.

“The way that she impacted every person that she touched, the friendships that she had, the relationships that she built, the vulnerability that she showed, the real person that she was, she didn’t fake it, she just was what she was in all that she was,” said Lisa Gretz, a School Counselor for the Little Chute Area School District. Lisa Gretz and Molly were not only co-workers, but also friends.

Molly was a daughter, mother, partner, friend, and sister.

“Just had a

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