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Riley Hospital for Children

Shannon Raddin and Jade Walcott (right and center) with their family in Ohio.
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Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse Survivor Recounts Inspiring Recovery

On an emotional level, my life is richer because of this experience. I’m stronger than I was before because of what I’ve been through. I’ve had to face challenges that the average person doesn’t have the opportunity to overcome.

Mickey Deputy
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Learning Curve: Pageant Star Mickey Deputy on Heading to College

“Sometimes I have hard times. I was bullied at two of my schools. At one of my schools, I was bullied because I had no hair. I was going through treatment.”

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A Meeting of Champions at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Chloe wants to do all she can to help the kids currently staying at Riley, because she knows what it’s like to be stuck in a hospital bed, wishing she were someplace else.

Jimmy Sullivan Was Here
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Jimmy Sullivan Was Here

Jimmy’s parents sent him to live at Muscatatuck in 1952. It was a state-run institution for people with developmental disabilities, a place where parents sent children with nowhere else to go.

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The Bigger Issue: Child Obesity

Riley Hospital’s Change the Play program addresses growing concerns about child obesity that hinder kids of all shapes and sizes.

Andrew Luck and doctors from IU Health went back and forth with students from St. Richard
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Hey, Andrew Luck! The Kids Wanna Know …

Question: How many push-ups can you do in a minute? Luck: Hopefully 35! I’m not very good at push-ups. I lost to my girlfriend in a push-up competition in college.

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Good Catch: Andrew Luck Changes the Play with Riley Hospital

When Luck first arrived in Indy, he explored the city and was struck by IU Health’s footprint and Riley’s iconic red-wagon logo.

Top Doctors. Indianapolis Monthly. November 2013.
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In Praise of Indy's Top-Notch Nurses

Even the best doctors can’t be around for constant care. For that, thank goodness, we have nurses.

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Andrew Luck's Offseason: Child's Play

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck and Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health debuted their Change the Play summer-camp tour Tuesday in Bloomington. After another stop in West Lafayette on Thursday, the program will resume this fall at schools throughout Indiana. Change the Play focuses on developing healthy habits among children, and Luck’s passion for fitness and well-being […]

Indiana State Fair stage collapse
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Seeking Survivors: On Writing About the Indiana State Fair Stage Collapse

I had been going back to the night of August 13, 2011, time and time again, in quick succession. And I was shaken.

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