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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Philip Seymour Hoffman left kids out of will
Court documents reveal that the late actor didn’t set aside money for his young children because he “did not want his children to be considered ‘trust fund’ kids.”