If you're exercising to the point that you're out of breath, you're doing yourself a huge favor. They've increased the amount of cardio we should be getting each week, and this number alone is enough to knock the wind out of you.
For over 20 years, during our St. Jude Radiothons, I have tried my best to paint the picture of the cancer battle that so many children are facing. In one picture, a Tomball mother captured what my words have failed to do.
Chili's Restaurants across East Texas today are getting together to help two young cousins, who have both been diagnosed with cancer. They are from Lufkin, and are only 2 and 4 years old.
Four-year old Hannah was diagnosed first with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and a short time later, 2-year old Allison was diagnosed with the same thing.
To help with medical bills, it's a Chili's Give Back Even
Getting to see lots of Classic Rock concerts over the years, the only way to categorize them is "great", "greater", and "greatest"; the difference between the three - not much. One of the "greatest" in-person shows still to be seen today is that of "Def Leppard".
Fighting to live can be rough at any stage of life, but when it comes to kids who just want to ride their bicycle, innocent children may find it difficult to understand why they are spending so much time inside a hospital.
The Clinical Trials network of Texas (CTNeT) got a grant worth $25 million in 2010, but it ran out of cash last month, and now the one time facility responsible for delving deeper into the crusade against Cancer, has folded.
Reports have recently came out of Hollywood, from family members, that Classic Television actress Bonnie Franklin has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
Franklin, who is 68, starred in the long running sitcom "One Day at a Time", which ran on CBS from 1975 to 1984.
The 16th annual KICKS 105 St. Jude Radiothon is underway, and the phones have been ringing here for the last two days thanks to listeners who have been donating and becoming Partners in Hope.
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