NEWARK, NJ, UNITED STATES, March 6, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Black Cotton Foundation announced today that 12-year-old Chloe R. Fernandez will be the next recipient of its Jasmina Anema Youth award later this summer. The Jasmina Anema Youth Award is given to an extraordinary young person that goes above and beyond to improve society's quality of life and community. It is a special award that serves to recognize an outstanding youth, while motivating others to believe in and achieve their dreams.
Chloe Fernandez, Kavya Kopparapu, Lauren Singer, and Donna Magid, MD, MEd, Receive WebMD Health Hero Awards
"WebMD Health Corp., the leading source of health information, celebrated the accomplishments of four extraordinary people who are meeting health and medical challenges head-on and working tirelessly to solve them through ingenuity and dedication during its annual Health Hero Awards event in New York City."
WebMD names Chloe R. Fernandez one of their 2017 Health Heroes!
WebMD's editorial team, composed of board-certified healthcare professionals and award-winning journalists, selects the recipients of the annual award. This year, WebMD will bestow this honor on a new generation of Health Heroes -- one young person under the age of 21 in each of the following categories: Investigator, Advocate and Inventor. WebMD will also present a new healthcare professional-focused award to the Medscape Mentor of the Year, chosen by Medscape's team of editors.
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NEW JERSEY (FOX5NY) - 10-year-old Chloe Fernandez of New Jersey was diagnosed with chronic lung disease when she was six.
"It makes it very hard to breathe for me and sometimes I feel like my whole body is going to collapse and it feels horrible," Fernandez says.
TEANECK, N. J.—The group gathered around a conference table at Holy Name Medical Center and flipped through binders until they found the music for Chloe Fernandez’s favorite song. Taking deep breaths, they raised their harmonicas to their lips and blew the first notes of Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.” Read entire article.