Looking for a unique way to make a difference? Andrew Payer, Ph.D., of the UCF College of Medicine explains how donating your body to science can not only help educate the next generation of doctors, it can help save future lives. Plus, wait until you learn how carefully and reverentially the bodies are treated and cared for.
Dr. Manette Monroe is on a mission to show veterans with PTSD it’s never too late to live the lives they’ve always dreamed about. She’s living proof that sometimes it just takes a little longer to make your dreams come true.
Beloved Happy Days star Anson Williams reveals his heartbreaking but inspirational past.
See how an ingenious artist is turning what’s typically thought of as trash into functional, livable, portable shelters for the homeless.
Petty Officer Michael McCastle’s father died from complications of Parkinson’s disease in 2014. Not willing to stand by and do nothing, the sailor is bringing to attention to the cause. Recently, he broke a world record and raised nearly $2,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation, all in tribute to his late father. In just under 27 hours, McCastle climbed a 20-foot rope a total of 29,029 feet — the height of Mount Everest.
At the age of 6, Jerry Levasseur nearly burned to death during a massive fire at the circus. He overcame his injuries and grief to become a world champion. Now in his mid-70s, he’s a running superstar. Find out how he overcame incredible obstacles in life.
Allan Law spent 32 years teaching at inner-city schools. After retiring, he knew he couldn’t walk away from his community’s homeless and hungry. Now he spends every single night passing out sandwiches. This year, he’ll pass out more than a million!
He signed his first contract back in 1971 and Mexican crooner Juan Gabriel has been cranking out the hits ever since! Now 65, Gabriel has a new single.
“What is it that you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” At 71, Isabel Allende says she wants to live with passion and with purpose.
Mitch Albom says his beloved books aren’t about death; they’re very much about living and focusing on what’s really important. And his book, “The First Phone Call From Heaven,” is no exception.