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The legacy of Danny Lewin, the first man to die on 9/11

n by MIT standards, says Tom Leighton, Danny Lewin was special.

Lung transplant gives Sarah Murnaghan chance to live her dreams

Sarah Murnaghan fully understands all she's been through: her lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis that led to her deteriorating lungs, the campaign her parents waged that temporarily changed national policy surrounding organ transplants, a

Ethical fashion: The story behind the label

At first glance, a cotton T-shirt from independent label Small Trades might look like any other basic striped crewneck.

177 pounds lighter, yo-yo dieter reaches goal weight

Kia Horton was thin as a little girl. "Like fit your fingers around (my) ankles skinny," she recalls.

'Food on a diet' helps couple drop pounds

Kay and Mike Alexander's journey to obesity is a familiar road for many married couples. Neither was overweight when they met on a coffee break at work.

Asia's ideal beauty: Looking Caucasian

"Dr. Youn, my daughter is so ugly." A Korean mother in her 50s sits before me in the exam room, her teenage daughter next to her.

This font has a big Impact on memes

Bacon and eggs. Motherhood and apple pie. Block and tackle. Image memes and Impact.

10 of the world's best meditation retreats

Adventure travel isn't always about riding waves and ascending heights -- sometimes it's about heading inside, to explore the realm of our inner worlds.

Have Great Looking Skin at Any Age

(StatePoint) One of the customary perks of getting older is growing a little wiser along the way.  You’ve most likely come to appreciate your “thicker skin” when dealing with life’s sticky situations.

New Technology Helps Boomers and Seniors Have Fun and Stay in Touch

(StatePoint) Whether you’re a technophobe who is reluctant to make new purchases, or you warmly embrace every trend, you may be excited to hear about user-friendly innovations, such as touch screen computers, that can make life easier and