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Mother, Father and Young Son Diagnosed with Cancer: 'I Trust Good Will Come From This,' Says Dad

Mother, Father and Young Son Diagnosed with Cancer: 'I Trust Good Will Come From This,' Says Dad

Originally posted 05/02/2016 03:40PM

If it weren't true, it would be unbelievable. Three family members – a mother, father and their son – all diagnosed with cancer.

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Blind Afghanistan War Veteran Will Go for Gold at Paralympic Games in Rio

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Blind Afghanistan War Veteran Will Go for Gold at Paralympic Games in Rio

Originally posted 04/30/2016 12:20AM

One year to the day after losing his sight during a tour in Afghanistan, Brad Snyder won a gold medal at the 2012 London Paralympics. This year at the Games in Rio, he plans to top that.

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U.S. Reports First Zika-Related Death in Puerto Rico as NASA Predicts the Virus' Potential Spread

Originally posted 04/29/2016 03:40PM

Health officials have announced the first death linked to the Zika virus has occurred in Puerto Rico.

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Parents of Twins with Autism Open Up About the App They Created to Help Kids Develop Social Skills: It's 'Incredible' to See Its Impact

Parents of Twins with Autism Open Up About the App They Created to Help Kids Develop Social Skills: It's 'Incredible' to See Its Impact

Originally posted 04/29/2016 01:50PM

Shari Grande and her husband call the day their two-year-old son Elijah was diagnosed with autism "the day of nevers."

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Blind D.C. Attorney Adopts Blind Teen Triplets: 'Our Dad Saved Our Lives'

Originally posted 04/28/2016 04:15PM

In 2010, Ollie Cantos, a lawyer with the U.S. Department of Education in Washington D.C., enthusiastically agreed to mentor 10-year-old triplet brothers. Also born blind, Cantos knew he'd have a lot in common with the boys.

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Jamie Kennedy Reveals Decades-Long Struggle with Heart Condition: 'When I Was 14 I Got a Pace Maker'

Originally posted 04/28/2016 12:20PM

Comedian Jamie Kennedy's latest revelation is no joking matter.

The actor appeared on The Doctors on Wednesday to promote his new NBC show Heartbeat, and he broke some 35-year-old news.

"Ever since I was 10 years old, I was diagnosed with congenital heart block," he said. "Then when I was 14 I got a pace maker put in."

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Grandfather Asks Granddaughter with Rare, Terminal Disease to Prom: 'She's Just Worthy of Love'

Grandfather Asks Granddaughter with Rare, Terminal Disease to Prom: 'She's Just Worthy of Love'

Originally posted 04/27/2016 04:30PM

This Saturday, 11-year-old Lydia Wahlstrom went to prom.

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Parents Fund Breakthrough Therapy That May Treat Daughters' Fatal Brain Disorder: 'We Were Told to Take Them Home and Watch Them Die'

Parents Fund Breakthrough Therapy That May Treat Daughters' Fatal Brain Disorder: 'We Were Told to Take Them Home and Watch Them Die'

Originally posted 04/27/2016 09:10AM

When producer Gordon Gray and his wife Kristen's two young daughters were diagnosed with a rare and deadly brain disease in March 2015, the couple knew they needed a miracle.

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WATCH: Blind and Deaf Toddler Sees and Hears Her Mom for the First Time

Blind and Deaf Toddler Sees and Hears Her Mom for the First Time

Originally posted 04/25/2016 03:15PM

Last month, 2-year-old Nicolly Pereira, who was born blind and thought to be deaf, gazed into her mother's eyes for the first time.

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Prince Was 'Unresponsive' on His Private Plane During Emergency Landing a Week Before His Death

Prince Was 'Unresponsive' on His Private Plane During Emergency Landing a Week Before His Death

Originally posted 04/22/2016 02:00PM

Prince was unresponsive on his private jet when it made an emergency landing at Quad-City International Airport a week before his death, PEOPLE confirms.

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