After Mary Beth Schewitz’s 20-year-old son died from sudden cardiac arrest, she decided to start the Max Schewitz Foundation, which provides electrocardiograms for Chicago-area students. She’s now been honored by Cetaphil and KLG and Hoda’s “Gentle Yet Powerful Contest.” (Cetaphil is a sponsor of TODAY.)
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Journalist: I’m convinced video from jet crash is real
Regis Le Sommier, co-editor of Paris Match, joins TODAY to discuss a video that allegedly captured the last moments of the doomed Germanwings flight, saying he’s certain it’s not a fake.