Words by Nerds had the opportunity to sit down with luxury real estate agent Temple Blackburn.
When humanitarian, educator, and newly minted businessman Glenn Simmons moved to Africa 25 years ago to provide aid to the people there, he noticed they were being fed–but weren’t receiving the nutrition they so desperately needed. “The big thing we did at the refugee camps was provide food, it was low in nutritional value but […]
Since the 1970’s cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy had only one option to carry their necessary ambulatory infusion pumps, a fanny pack that fits around the waist which can be cumbersome. That was until Julie Hyzdu invented PoppyPocket, a transport system that holds medical devices safely and discreetly underneath clothing to provide patients the freedom to engage in everyday activity and keep their medical conditions private.