I’ve never really gotten into the whole Blogging phenomenon. I tried Xanga once – yikes, I feel old – but I found that my thoughts as a college freshman really weren’t all that spectacular. 799 more words
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MISSION VIEJO (CBSLA.com) — When Valente Hernandez discovered his “California Gold” Scratcher was worth $1 million, all he could think about was his son.
The proud father’s 18-month-old son, Valente Jr., was born with spina bifida, a developmental congenital disorder caused by an incomplete embryonic neural tube, and hydrocephalus, a buildup of fluid inside the skull that leads to brain swelling. 208 more words
For more than 30 years, neurosurgeon A. Leland Albright, MD, has used his clinical prowess to give back. By 2010, four years into his pediatric neurosurgery professorship at the University of Wisconsin, he already had a number of annual short-term medical missions under his belt. 1,050 more words
We’re so excited to add a new video this morning.
Chances are, we’ve all grown up hearing some version of my friend Cinderella’s story — whether it be the Disney version, one of the classic fairy tales, or one of the many modern retellings. 15 more words