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BOYNE FALLS -- Challenge Mountain is calling anyone interested in volunteering to rally together at 9 a.m. Dec. 8, for volunteer registration, training and lunch at the organization's lodge near Boyne Falls. "Time is the most valuable thing a person has,...
VarietyIndividuals overcome adversity by turning liabilities into assets in "Seeds of Resiliency." Despite its clunkily sententious title, Susan Polis Schutz's edifying docu preaches by example, letting interviewees demonstrate their success. A teenager with...
Dathan Ritzenhein refused to get carried away. Nine miles into Sunday's Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Ritzenhein found himself running faster than he planned and only some 10 seconds behind the lead pack, much closer than he expected at that point....
Channel Guide MagazineIt's hard to imagine topping the emotional peak from last week's season premiere, when Tig saw his troubled daughter Dawn burned alive right in front of him. Never was there a more literal embodiment of the sins of the father being visited upon his child....
Daily American Staff WriterSomerset County Shriners want people to know that they are not a cult. Yes, they may wear red hats that look like upside down flower pots (fezzes) and drive little cars in parades, but they have a mission: to provide pediatric health care for children...
Welcome to our tri-county listing of special needs resources. We do our best to include every organization, but sometimes things fall through the cracks. If you know of an organization you feel should be included, send the information to Editor Kyara...
Tags: Allergies, Asthma, Cerebral Palsy, Religion and Belief, Music
Waiting for things to happen was never Mary Ann Moran's style. She first laid eyes on Jack Hession in 1956 — nearly a year after they both graduated from high school — and she did her best to get his attention. "I was with a group of...
Tags: Health Treatments, Cancer, Chemotherapy, Breast Cancer, IBM
October is Spina Bifida Awareness Month. Spina bifida is the most common permanently disabling birth defect, affecting 166,000 Americans. Kentucky has one of the highest rates in the country. Spina bifida is a birth defect that results in the spinal cord...
Tags: Birth Defects
The Hartford CourantOver the past year, I've heard from folks from all different political backgrounds — Republicans, Democrats and independents — who are shocked and angry about political efforts to interfere with women's health. This new brand of Republicans...
FOX 17 NewsIt's one of the most common birth defects, but chances are you haven't heard of Hydrocephalus. Donna West hadn't either, until her baby daughter Willow was diagnosed with the condition. "We were scared, we cried. We definitely looked at her wanting to...
Tags: Birth Defects, Brain
Raymond Martin struck nothing but gold in the Paralympics. The University of Illinois freshman finished his competition with four wins in four events by taking the wheelchair 200 meters Saturday at the London Olympic Stadium. Martin's winning time in...
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