Folk singer-songwriter Phil Ochs gave voice to the righteously rebellious 1960s, while trying to keep his depression in check.
Sometimes the nose doesn’t know.
Although her leg was deformed by polio as a child, Wilma Rudolph didn’t let her illness stop her from reaching Olympic gold.
After losing his arm to a post-cancer infection, Todd Brammer had to rethink how he plays pinball.
In “On Being Ill”, the feminist author asked an important question: why isn’t illness one of the great themes of literature, alongside love and battle?
Always a great actress, Academy Award winner Patty Duke credited proper medication as what gave her the right tools to be a good mom.