— Greetings one and all… It is another glorious morning in Denver. I have been enjoying some quiet time on our back porch—soaking up the early morning sunshine, listening to the birds, and delighting in the myriad of flowers blooming in our gardens. My morning meditation also afforded the opportunity to reflect on the events of the past month—it has been quite the ride! As noted in my previous posting, my medical adventure began in late May with the diagnosis of …

— By Katrina Goggins Carla Cozart says she now knows the value of asking tough questions and holding health care providers accountable. After insisting that one ovary be left intact during her hysterectomy five years ago, she awoke to find both ovaries had been removed. The 52-year-old Abbe­ville high school teacher never filed a complaint but now offers this advice to friends: “If you find yourself with concerns about your care and you’re lying in the bed in the aftermath, fire …