Healing

Edie and Paloma travel from Calamajué to Arroyo San Francisquito

A Cancer Patient's Trek Along the California Mission Trail

Cancer patient Edie Littlefield Sundby set an unusual goal for herself: To walk the entire 800 miles of the California Mission Trail, visiting the state's 21 historic missions along the way.

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Denise Valuk walked 1,000 in a year to honor her late brother

Could Walking Help Her Cope with Grief?

She was devastated by her brother's death. She didn't exercise, but she decided to walk 1,000 miles in a year.

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Denise Valuk, who walked 1,000 miles over the course of a year

She Walked 1,000 Miles in Tribute to Her Late Brother

Denise Valuk shares how walking helped to overcome her grief over losing her beloved brother, who died in an automobile accident.

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Jeff Bauman with Jake Gyllenhaal at a Boston Red Sox game

Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor on the Story behind 'Stronger'

Jeff Bauman shares his story of recovery and hope following the tragedy and how he felt seeing his life played out on screen. 

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This Veteran Is Using Shakespeare to Heal

Who knew Shakespeare could help veterans with PTSD? 

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Dr. Omalu is now chief medical examiner for San Joaquin County, California, as well as a clinical professor at UC Davis.

The Doctor Who Discovered the Dangers of Concussions in Football

Dr. Bennet Omalu's discovery shook the NFL, but he had dealt with struggles of his own, including depression.

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This Nonprofit Recycles Crayons for a Good Cause

This Nonprofit Recycles Crayons for a Good Cause

Bryan Ware started The Crayon Initiative in order to help children battling terrible illness find colorful ways to heal. 

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Hunter, Jackson, and Kaden Howard

These Tiny Triplets Are Wearing Helmets for an Important Reason

This trio may only be a few months old, but they’ve already made medical history. 

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Iraq veteran Marshall Powell

An Iraq Veteran Comes to Terms with Moral Injury

Moral injury is a wound to the conscience, and nothing inflicts it more deeply than war. Here's how one veteran found healing after a traumatic event in Iraq.

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Hot Baths Might Be Just As Good As Exercising

Hot Baths Might Be Just As Good As Exercising

A new study finds that a hot bath might hold many benefits.

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Healing and love

Love and Healing

For every moment of pain in my life there have been many more corresponding moments of kindness and compassion.

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Coming Full Circle, the painting that changed Linda's view of death

A Grieving Nurse Finds Comfort in Her Painting

Inspired by a dream, a career nurse uses her avocation, painting, to alter the way she views her mother's death from cardiac arrest twenty years earlier.

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