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Going Topless At 53 Is Fearless

When Kellie hit her five-year survival point for breast cancer, she wanted to do something fantastic — so she got glammed up for a professional photo shoot. Watch now!

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What do you see when you look in the mirror? This video features different women of varying ages looking at themselves in the mirror and telling the camera what they see...

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BBC-Stress1Are You Stressed Out? Then Don’t Miss This Video!

Learning how to manage stress is a vital tool for success in today’s hectic world, so be sure to watch this video!

An 83-year-old grandmother will be partaking in this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade after trying to get involved for 30 years.Grandma Learns She’ll Finally March in Macy’s Parade

Grandma Boop has been trying to partake in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade for 30 years. In 2014, on her 83rd birthday, her family surprised her with the ultimate gift: she'll be performing as a clown in this year's parade.

Angela’s Corner: Giving Thanks for Opportunity

As November is nearing an end, so is my Giving Thanks series.  I almost titled this last article as “Giving Thanks to Breast Cancer” and then I realized that was highly inaccurate.  Not everyone – or anyone for that matter – would actually give thanks to such a horrible disease.  While thinking more about it,...

Tiny-Hamster-Thanksgiving1Tiny Thanksgiving for Tiny Hamster and Friends! Adorable!

Looking for a video to get you into the Thanksgiving Day spirit? Check out this adorable video of a hamster and his friends enjoying a tiny version of the Thanksgiving feast!

Lauren Hill made the 2014-2015 college basketball season's first basket during a game on Nov. 2.Freshman With Brain Tumor Sinks Season’s First Basket

On Sunday Nov. 2, Lauren Hill scored the first basket in the 2014-2015 season of college basketball. In September she was told she had an inoperable brain tumor and had several months to live.


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