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Meet 18-Year-Old Cole Carman, One of the First Transgender Teens to Freeze Eggs Before Transitioning
Originally posted 08/01/2015 05:40PM
An 18-year-old from northern California has become one of the first transgender teenagers to freeze his eggs so he can have biological children later in life, his doctor says.
Deaf 13-Year-Old Boy Born with Missing Skull Undergoes Life-Changing Surgery, Hopes to Play High School Football
Originally posted 07/31/2015 03:50PM
Thirteen-year-old Alex Spraggins doesn't let anything stand in the way of his dreams.
Originally posted 07/31/2015 02:30PM
Connecticut police officer Michael Castillo's small gesture to "serve and protect" his community has gone viral on social media.
Originally posted 07/31/2015 11:45AM
Nevzat Aydin started Yemeksepeti, a Turkish food delivery company, with only three other people 15 years ago. Fast-forward to today, when the 114-person company was sold to a German-based company for a staggering $589 million.
Originally posted 07/31/2015 10:30AM
After trying to rescue two young girls from the choppy waters of Lake Erie Thursday night, a 51-year-old woman – and mother to one of the children – drowned.
Utah Widow Starts a Summer Camp to Help Children Cope with the Loss of a Parent: 'They've All Felt the Pain of Losing Somebody They Love'
Originally posted 07/31/2015 09:20AM
Within hours of trying to reach her husband on his cell phone at home in Yakima, Washington, Brooke Cox knew that something was wrong. It wasn't like Mark Cox, an attorney, not to pick up or call back.
Originally posted 07/30/2015 05:45PM
Just like the Academy Award-winning movie Up, the tumultuous history of Edith Macefield's house has a happy ending after all. A nonprofit organization is saving the home from destruction by moving it out of its nook in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle.
Originally posted 07/30/2015 02:05PM
Two Michigan police officers went beyond the call of duty on Monday when they saw a wheelchair-bound man attempting to mow his lawn and decided to take over the task.
'It's Part of Who I Am,' Says Boston Doctor with Rare Condition That Lets Him Feel Patients' Physical Pain
Originally posted 07/30/2015 12:05PM
A Boston doctor was born with a skill that he never could have learned in medical school.
Originally posted 07/30/2015 09:00AM
Look at your hand. Is there a phone there? Did it leap into your grasp, unbidden? Is it impossible for you to distinguish its warmth from that of your palm?
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