What is Palliative Care? Q & A with Tupelo Palliative Care Physicians

Originally posted on Tupelo Bloggers:
Questions by Amber Griffin, RN, BSN, Palliative Care Coordinator Answers by Lindsey Hinton, MD and Lucas McElwain, MD What is the one thing you want every patient to know/do when it comes to their healthcare/illness? I would love for patients to become more involved in their care; ask questions until they…

I am My Biggest Critic

Last month I shared my very first blog post, ever.  It was very exciting and very scary! The floodgates of insecurity came rushing in when a friend texted me to let me know it was published.  It was unexpected.  I could feel a small, black cloud appear over me almost instantly and I felt somewhat…

Love is What You Do

Written by Blakley Young This morning, I was so excited to get up to find that the Hubs had made the coffee already. When you have a toddler, coffee is LIFE! I can’t tell you how much that meant to me. It meant more than flowers or hearing, “I love you” today. My Great Uncle…

Sweet and Savory Pasta Salad

Written by Lauren McElwain ( http://www.thefiligreefig.wordpress.com) Here is our #flashbackfriday for you! We hope you enjoy this tasty recipe! Comment down below how it worked for you! One of my favorite Birmingham restaurants is Chez Lulu. The next time you’re there, check out this fabulous little French cafe! The last time I went, I ordered…

12 Tips for Taking your Toddler to Disney

  Traveling to Disney World with a toddler, much like other things in life, requires a little bit of extra planning.  Toddlers aren’t as easy to cart around as babies or mature enough to understand everything that’s going on like older kids.  But taking your little tyke to Disney World can make for an amazing…

Tupelo Homeless Task Force

Written by Meredith Swanson Temperatures keep hovering around freezing in our area. Most of us have places to keep us warm and protect us from the cold. But there are people in our area that don’t. The City of Tupelo Homeless Task Force, a group of concerned citizens and organizations, works to find ways to…

The Beauty in Bravery

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Written by Bethany Ramsey ? What makes someone brave? Wouldn’t it be fair to say that it’s someone who posesses or exhibits courage? I believe that there is outrageous beauty in bravery. Often what causes us to be brave is anything but beautiful. An illness or disease, a frightening new…