When health care workers heal a patient, they often don't get a chance to see how the patients do after they leave the hospital.
Earlier this month, I took my 2-year-old son shopping for a Halloween costume. We stooped in the children's Halloween aisle, raking through the half-opened bags of muscle-bound superheroes, gruesome monsters, colorful hippies and cute, cuddly animals. After a few minutes of rummaging and laughing at how silly we looked in giant sunglasses and crazy wigs, he suddenly stopped and stared at a package hanging on the wall in front of him. "Robot man, Mommy," he ...
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