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The outdoors is known to have therapeutic values. The values are magnified tremendously when wounded warriors are the recipients. Outdoorsman, writer and television personality Jim Zumbo of Cody, Wyo., coordinates hunting and fishing trips for Purple...
Like any prospective son-in-law, Sgt. Michael Frazier admitted to jitters about meeting his fiancee's father for the first time. Unlike most, the 29-year-old Marine flew to Miami Wednesday on a private jet with his own cheering section. "Not to worry...
Tags: Holidays, Family, Companies and Corporations, Television, Health
When the Lawrence family moved to Wichita 14 years ago, life was good. They had a new home, a new baby, then everything changed. Cindy and Mark Lawrence had just returned from the hospital with their their son Mitchel and newborn daughter Natashia. Cindy...
Tags: Human Body, Health, Legs, Hospitals and Clinics, Woody Austin
Watchdog with Paul MuschickToday's Watchdog column is the latest about military veterans and the poor treatment they've received from their government when they apply for benefits for service-connected disabilities. Air Force veteran Stephen Berger, who lives near Jim Thorpe, has...
Nation NowThe Department of Veterans Affairs will now make payments to service members who have suffered injuries to the urinary tract or genitals. Foot patrols have put service members at higher risk of injuries to the urinary tract or genitals....
L.A. NOWA 76-year-old San Diego woman who underwent amputation of her left leg and right arm after being mauled in June by her neighbor’s pit bulls has died....
World NowWe often see the headlines about people around the world setting themselves on fire. But what happens afterward? Nicole Bernal, acting director of the UC Irvine Regional Burn Center, explains....
Ministry of GossipZsa Zsa Gabor's daughter Constance Francesca Hilton on Tuesday filed a petition requesting an independent conservatorship be set up to watch out for the health and money interests of her mother. Zsa Zsa Gabor's affairs have been tended to in recent...
World NowWhen he was 13 years old, Firoz Ali Alizada lost both his legs to a land mine left over from an old war, trying to take a shortcut to school north of Kabul, Afghanistan. Sixteen years later, he is the campaign manager for the International Campaign to Ban...
CLEARWATER -- Winter, a cute, tailless dolphin with a perky personality, has saved Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Now it's starring in a family film that could bring millions of tourists and dollars to this Gulf Coast community. Expecting "Dolphin Tale"...
Even before Eric Pihl pulls into TheraPET Wellness Center parking lot, his dog, Bonnie, climbs up from her lounging position in the back seat and eagerly looks out the window. If only we all could get that excited about climbing on the treadmill to...
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