No Legs, No Excuses

On June 13th, 2012 21 year old Marine, Chris Van Etten was on a routine patrol with his infantry unit when his friend stepped on an IED (Improvised Explosive Devise). The explosion left the Marine lying helpless on the ground

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Run For Your Life

It was an average Sunday afternoon on March, 25th 2012 for 20 year old Alan Huneycutt and his best friend Stephanie when they drove away from home and off the side of a mountain. She was killed on impact

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Exercise and Lung Healt…

1. Deteriorating circumstances. Individuals who have lung disease often feel that it is impossible to exercise because they suffer from muscle weakness, fatigue, and shortness of breath. When they try to exercise, they get discouraged and stop working out when

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Eating to lose weight

First let me start off by saying that what I am writing is meant as a general guideline and that anyone following a new eating plan should really be under the watchful eye of a healthcare professional with a background

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Bless Your Virus

A Profile on HIV/AIDS Educator and Activist Alexander Smith

By Chavonny Tillotson

Alexander Smith, the dynamic and multi-faceted professional from Salt Lake City, Utah did everything right. On paper, he’s what many would consider a success: an entrepreneur with a

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Amandita The Great!

It was Christmas 2008 in New York City and Amanda Sullivan had been an aid worker for nearly a decade working with orphans, refugees and abused women and children. She’d been to Costa Rica, Chile, Panama and ran an orphanage

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