Doctors have yet to find a cause, but they do have an idea.
A film project created by Yann Arthus-Bertrand aims to find out.
The dancer has had a whirlwind of a year.
There’s probably something to add on to the old saying about teaching a man to fish.
“They love me the way I am.”
We see what you’re doing, little baby. We see what you’re doing.
Mercy Medical Center has received gestures of goodwill from hospitals around the country.
He will leave her lessons on life, love, manners and grief after he passes.
Teaching kids to talk is entertaining for the masses.
These two can dance!
We’re pretty sure this dad knows he looks ridiculous.
He previously had a drug addiction, which landed him on the streets,
We’re sure they’re proud of him.
Now that takes skill.
She’s wanted the honor ever since she found out about it.
An absolutely selfless act.
This patient was enjoying every second.
This will bring tears to your eyes.
It has a lot to do with what the 12-year-old wants to be when she grows up.
But this is not the typical story of love lost then found again.
Does it get much cuter? (Surely it can’t.)
Dreia Davis wants to become a lawyer and walk on her own someday.
They have one undeniable connection.
Wait ’til you see what gets him!
“We love him to death.”
Tear-jerking, life-changing news.
He even has a nickname for him.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A man battling cancer married the love of his life earlier this week, as his battle with cancer appears to be approaching an end.
Caleb Hanby, 28, was diagnosed with stage IV rhabdomyosarcoma a year ago, just
They went above and beyond to make his life just a little bit easier.
It’s like rain on your wedding day (only so much better!)