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Determined Father With Multiple Sclerosis Uses Exoskeleton to Walk Daughter Down Wedding Aisle
A 54-year-old man with multiple sclerosis recently awed 200 guests at his daughter's wedding, where they saw him walk for the first time in over 20 years. The moment was "timed perfectly," said 28-year-old bride Elise Holland. She explained that her father, Scott Holland, had been sitting and
9/11 First Responders Battle Toxic Exposures 15 Years Later
It has been 15 years since Ray Pfeifer saw news about a plane hitting the north tower of the World Trade Center. A two-decade veteran of the New York Fire Department, Pfeifer was on his way to enjoy a round of golf when he immediately got back in his car and headed into the city. A member of FDNY
Man Convicted of Disability Fraud Claims He’s Actually Disabled
Is it possible to be completely physically disabled one day and fully active the next? That was the million dollar question for Dennis Paulsen. From 1993 on, Paulsen, who served two years in the Navy, convinced the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that he was unable to use his hands or feet.
'The View' Co-Hosts Recall When Their Personal Lives Became 'Hot Topics'
The co-hosts of the ABC daytime talk show “ The View ” are not shy talking about everything from sex to politics, but there have been times over the years when the show’s “hot topics” were the ladies’ personal lives. “We all talked about personal aspects of our lives,” said Barbara Walters , who
Jimmy Walker's caddie lives major win through boss's eyes
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. -- When Jimmy Walker and Andy Sanders met for the first time at Baltusrol in 2000, there was little debate over which Texas collegian was the better bet to someday win a major championship. Sanders was a two-time All-American and individual conference champion at Houston, and
Here's the Michelle Obama Speech From Which Melania Trump Is Accused of Cribbing
Melania Trump has come under fire for delivering a speech on the first night of the Republican National Convention that reflected portions of Michelle Obama 's address to the Democratic National Convention in 2008. Donald Trump ’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort denied allegations that the former
Adnan Syed of "Serial" In Court Seeking New Trial
Lawyers for Adnan Syed, the convicted killer featured in hit podcast ‘Serial,’ argued in court Wednesday for a new trial, saying Syed’s previous defense team failed to provide him with effective counsel and used cell tower evidence that was unreliable. Syed, who walked in wearing shackles and a
Everything You Need to Know About 'Foreign Accent Syndrome'
What if you woke up one day suddenly speaking with a Southern twang or French lilt or British accent? In rare cases this happens to people when a brain injury leads to a rare condition called Foreign Accent Syndrome (FAS). Lisa Alamia, of Rosenberg, Texas, woke up from jaw surgery in December with
Jack Osbourne Opens Up About Living with MS , Calls Family 'Heroes'
Four years after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis , Jack Osbourne calls his family the real "heroes" in his battle with the disease. Writing in People magazine on World MS Day, the former reality-TV star and son of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne , said, "My wife and kids are my reason for wanting
Adnan Syed of 'Serial' Sees Key Witness Asia McClain Take Stand in Retrial Bid
The convicted killer at the center of the wildly popular investigative podcast "Serial" finally got his day in court today, after questions were raised about his guilt and whether he had a fair trial in Maryland 16 years ago. Lawyers for Adnan Syed argued at a court hearing today for a new trial,