A lot can happen in 10 years—especially in the world of medicine, where discoveries are constant and treatments always evolving. This, of course, is a good thing.
Dr. John Corless wrote the winning poem for The Poetry Society of South Carolina’s Spring 2015 Humorous Verse Category. Seize the moment and enjoy this witty reflection on a popular phrase.
Way back in elementary school science, we learned about magnets. Remember being wowed by that U-shaped wand and its hidden force field? That magical power of attraction? Well, just last week, Roper St. Francis learned that once again, Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital (BSSF) has a similar amazing pull and power.
School may have already started, but it’s still August, people – summer’s NOT over yet! That means you’ve still got time to enjoy one of our favorite things about the season: summer reading.
Every week for the past 12 years, Thelma Bowling joined the Friday team of volunteers at Roper Hospital at 8 a.m. on the dot.
And we know you love your mama, too, so please, take our word on this: she does not want or need more perfume for Mother’s Day. Or a new umbrella, despite a pending storm. And definitely not a vacuum cleaner. Of course, she’ll smile and hug you and be her usual sweet mama self if …
It’s the end of April, which means that National Poetry Month is winding down. What better moment to pause and appreciate words written by longtime Roper St. Francis chaplain and noted poet and writing teacher, Capers Limehouse. Limehouse holds an MFA in creative writing and was the founding editor of the Atlanta Review before entering …