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Houston, you have a problem As a top 50, nationally-ranked squash player, fitness and endurance have been a key part of my life. However, during an important squash tournament in July 2016, I started feeling short of breath, fatigued and › Continue Reading

In the middle of May 2014, out of nowhere, my son, Will, had a seizure. Little did we know that it wouldn’t be his last, nor how much our lives were about to change.  Soon after, our pediatrician sent us › Continue Reading

My son, Quinn, was born with the most severe form of Hirschsprung disease. He has come far in his three years of age – in fact, he’s able to go eight hours without any of his three assistive nutrition modalities. This › Continue Reading