Health and Fitness

Because managing your health can mean mountain climbing or meditating just as much as it means taking your meds.

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How To Help Someone After Disability? Teach Them Tennis

Paralympian Kai Schraymer knows firsthand how becoming disabled can turn your world upside down. That's why he teaches newly disabled people the same sport that helped him.
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The Wheelchair Marathon Runner Who Won't Take 'No' For An Answer

The Chicago Marathon requires a special wheelchair to qualify. But Stephen Norris, who has spina bifida, refused to sit by the sidelines.
A little girl playing with a friend in a hospital bed as they await chemotherapy treatment.
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How To Survive Your Child's Cancer Diagnosis

A child getting sick is every parent's worst nightmare, but by keeping vigilant and accepting the support of others, you and your family can get through this.

Wheelz in the Air

To Aaron Fotheringham, founder of Wheelchair Motorcross, spina bifida isn't a curse. It's an opportunity to blow people's minds.
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On The Mountain

Paralyzed from the chest down, Mexican athlete Arly Velasquez feels unrestrained as he trains for the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.
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A South-Of-The-Border Surf Camp For Kids In Wheelchairs

After being paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, Mexican paraplegic athlete Daniel Gomez de la Vega started Surfeando Sonrisas to teach kids that surfing is the great equalizer.
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The Greatest Soccer Referee Ever Was Also The Baldest

Among soccer fans and players alike, Pierluigi Collina is legendary not just for his colorful personality and on-field fairness, but his distinctive alopecia.
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The Skater Kid Finds His Tribe

Born with spina bifida, Josh Bridgewater never felt like he belonged until he stepped on a skateboard for the first time.