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Week Four: We Win even when we Lose


With the world cup in full swing, it only makes sense that this week’s pool of restaurants is highly competitive. The only thing on the minds of Americans seems to be the advancement of the #USMNT. 2,050 more words


Trayvon Bromell and Mary Cain Highlight 2014 IAAF World Juniors

Trayvon Bromell (Kirby Lee/USA Today)

Click here for the complete 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships television schedule.

By Parker Morse

Trayvon Bromell, one of USA’s top hopes for a gold medal at the IAAF World Junior Championships, Oregon 2014, has been running fast for a long time this season. 742 more words

Track & Field

Isaiah Austin’s Marfan Diagnosis: Why So Late?

Baylor University basketball star Isaiah Austin was 20 years old when the NBA told him last month that he had Marfan syndrome and was ineligible to play professional basketball. 221 more words

Surgeon Edition

DNA Testing Sought For Remains From Waco Cemetery

WACO, Texas (AP) – The committee planning the reburial of about 300 human remains unearthed from a historic Waco cemetery hopes to be able to use DNA technology to identify them. 202 more words


A Dream and a Nightmare Rolled Into One

What would you do if you worked for something your whole life and your dreams come to an end with no warning? I know it has happened to millions who have been diagnosed with a chronic or life-threatening illness, but for one young man, the grace and honor bestowed upon him was amazing. 472 more words

Coping With Chronic Illness

West Nile Virus Threat For Summer In Texas Unknown

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - After several dry years, Texas has finally gotten some good rainfall and along with that comes the specter of disease-carrying mosquitoes. 210 more words


Closing The Door

I’ve heard from so very many throughout my life that when God closes one door, he opens another. I would reply – “you’ve no idea how hard that 2nd door may be”. 427 more words