Nearly a year ago, 40-year-old Michelle Gustilo-Smithson began a rigorous workout routine which consisted of cardio, strength training and weight lifting.
What are you to do when you’ve already beaten breast cancer once, and gone into remission, but just three short years later you are diagnosed with stage 4 terminal metastatic breast cancer?
At 67-years-old, retired history teacher Gary Treller, began having trouble urinating. For a couple of weeks he thought nothing of it.
It had been 11 years since 70-year-old James Moore, M.D., was first diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD).