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I Will Face Cancer Head-On!

I was sitting alone in the hospital on my 21st birthday waiting to hear if a lump was cancerous. My husband didn't care and my mom and I were estranged...

Jennifer's Story

In November of 2011, my doctor called to tell me I had an abnormal mammogram. The phone call startled me, but I wasn't worried. I felt great and was healthy as a horse.

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Angela’s Corner: Divided by Distance

When it comes to family, I would do just about anything.  I would move mountains and part the ocean if I could.  When life gets in the way, as we all know it happens, I’m disappointed that I am unable to be with my family. My sister and I are the only ones out of...

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One thing. One thing! That's all this littler girl wanted for Christmas. She asked Santa if he could bring her daddy home from Iraq and, well... Click below to see if this thoughtful little girl got her Christmas wish!

SnowPlay1This Greyhound Is Wearing Pajamas, Playing In The Snow, And Having The Time Of His Life! This Is So Great!

Snow days are fun, no matter what age - or species - you are. Watch this excited pup enjoy the snow and outdoors - Batman pajamas and all.

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When snow hits the normally balmy south, there can be a bit of a... panic. If you're not accustomed to snow, it can be quite mystifying — but no one has had as much fun discovering it as this curious cat!

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This sweet boy could no longer get into the bath tub to ease his aching joints and muscles after an injury. So his owner found a very effective way to give his old pal the daily soak that the vet prescribed without stressing out his body — and the result is incredibly cute.


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