It's hard to imagine anything more difficult than visiting your child in the hospital. For one Australian mother, her stress of visiting her 9-week-old baby in the hospital was lessened just a bit by a stranger who paid for her parking ticket.Read Full Story
We live in New England, where ticks and cases of Lyme disease unfortunately are a part of life. In fact, my son contracted Lyme last summer. Fortunately then, we caught it right away and got him started on a short course of medication. However, this summer, when he came down with a mysterious illness, my concerns about Lyme were brushed off until I finally found a doctor willing to listen to me. And what do you know: My son has Lyme disease. Again.Read Full Story
When most parents think about Lyme disease, we think of a bright red rash that resembles a bull's-eye. It's the most infamous symptom of the infection and the absolute easiest way to get a diagnosis, but you might be surprised to learn that many kids get sick without ever developing this tell-tale sign.Read Full Story
After she was attacked in 2013 Pastor Hayley Young was diagnosed with HIV. Initially she decided not to share her diagnosis with her congregation but, when her hair started to fall out due to the antiviral drugs she was taking, she made the brave decision to tell them she was HIV-positive.Read Full Story
Rachael Farrokh has been battling anorexia nervosa for the last 10 years but has now come to a desperate point. She is under 50 pounds, and no local hospital will treat her, so she made a video asking for help from the masses.Read Full Story
Andres Yuhnke has had his rescue dog, Dharma, for 13 years. "She actually found me," he told SheKnows. She was living as a stray in the San Tan mountains of Phoenix, Arizona, and jumped out from behind the bushes in Yuhnke's yard, knocking him to the ground and covering him in kisses. She was anywhere from 2 to 5 years old at the time. "She's very friendly... she loves other people, she loves other dogs."Read Full Story
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