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Brotherhood extends far beyond family ties at a Vanderbilt University fraternity.
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A businessman has updated the charges he filed with the National Bureau of Investigation against a wellness center operator who allegedly caused the death of his daughter, a cum laude graduate of Ateneo de Manila University, last year.
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Children have the power to make a positive impact on the lives of blood cancer patients! Dunbar Hill School in Hamden joined other schools across Connecticut in a program that is instrumental in raising funds for life-saving cancer research.
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Lane Clark, third from left, poses with a few of his closest friends at Maddox Middle School Thursday.
A FAMILY have embarked on a race against the clock to raise funds towards alternative cancer treatment after rock drummer Gerry Hunt was told the NHS had exhausted all available therapies.
Mario Morandi sat at his dining room table Thursday holding his wife Reba's hand.
Carol Conologue has accomplished so much in that time, raising three kids alone, succeeding in business.
A new study suggests that 12 million Americans receiving outpatient care are misdiagnosed every year, with a significant number of them harming the patient.
Most 7-year-old girls are playing dress up and reading books, but one Mid-South girl is the exception - not just reading but writing books.
ARGUS Suzanne Wells of the Western Commerce Bank presents a check with matching funds to forth graders Larry Vasquez, Tye Martinez, Bennita Martinez and Natalia Lazo.
Only this girl is even stronger than what meets the eye. She has been battling cancer since 10 years old.
Rabbi Hirshel Jaffe, 78, of Peekskill, has devoted his life to teaching the Jewish faithful, writing books and raising money by running marathons.
Part of team in training Andrew Hipwood, Jon O'Brien, Ben Smith, Andy Westwood, and Jade Miller.
Georgia Southern University faculty members and students celebrated the life of a longtime anthropology professor who recently died of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.