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Marcia Liss | Posted 05.23.2015 | Comedy
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Marcia Liss | Posted 05.21.2015 | Comedy
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'Survivor: Worlds Apart' Crowns A Winner

The Huffington Post | Leigh Blickley | Posted 05.21.2015 | Entertainment

Season 30 of "Survivor" was a nail-biter until the very end, but finally, the show has crowned a new winner. Spoiler Alert! Don't continue reading...

You've Survived Cancer... Now What?

Pauline Alighieri | Posted 05.20.2015 | Impact
Pauline Alighieri

Cancer survivors often tell us there are many debilitating emotions that accompany a cancer diagnosis such as, depression, anxiety and fear of occurrence. By advocating for themselves, survivors feel more empowered to live their best life. Cancer becomes their 'wake-up' call and it's not unusual to see a cancer survivor who has changed the direction of their lives by improving relationships, volunteering, embarking on a new career or pursuing their dreams.

Fury Island

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.20.2015 | Comedy
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Difference of Opinion

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.16.2015 | Comedy
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She's Baaack!

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.13.2015 | Comedy
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New York, New York

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.09.2015 | Comedy
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Ship Ahoy

Marcia Liss | Posted 05.08.2015 | Comedy
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The Book Group

Marcia Liss | Posted 04.28.2015 | Comedy
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Jenner, Cox, Mock Oh MY! The Transgender Headlines

Nikki Araguz Loyd | Posted 04.27.2015 | Gay Voices
Nikki Araguz Loyd

This 20/20 episode was more of a Transgender 101 session, educating the world on gender pronouns and showing the world a multi-dimensional family and their unconditional love for one another. This is the world I want to live in.

40 Years After the Cambodian Genocide, One Thing My Parents Still Talk About

Sothy Eng | Posted 04.17.2015 | Impact
Sothy Eng

April 17th, 2015 marks 40 years since the Khmer Rouge took Phnom Penh and unleashed a wrath of vengeance against its own people. The genocide war in Cambodia left almost 2 million people dead from execution, starvation and disease.

Brain Injury Awareness Day in Washington, D.C.

Amy Zellmer | Posted 04.13.2015 | Impact
Amy Zellmer

Last month I attended Brain Injury Awareness Day at our national's capitol in Washington, D.C. My journey began in mid-February when my story, "Life...

Catherine Karnow's Vietnam: Documenting a Changing Country

Andrew Lam | Posted 04.16.2015 | Travel
Andrew Lam

The drab, impoverished and immobile nation that Catherine saw when she first visited in 1990 quickly shifted under her lens. And fascinated, she kept coming back.

You Are Stronger Than You Think You Are

Justin Constantine | Posted 03.30.2015 | Healthy Living
Justin Constantine

Over the last eight years I have tried to lead from the front and serve as a role model to other wounded warriors. Not only does that ensure that I am pushing myself in the right direction, but it also motivates others around me.

Life With a TBI: Please Don't Think I'm a Flake

Amy Zellmer | Posted 03.27.2015 | Healthy Living
Amy Zellmer

There are times when I pull up google on my computer to look something specific up. By the time the page is loaded, I have forgotten what it was that I needed to look up. It is incredibly frustrating for me, and telling me i'm just being a flake doesn't help the situation any.

547 Days

Nina Polvanich Louie | Posted 03.24.2015 | Healthy Living
Nina Polvanich Louie

I had a new identity now, marked by this journey that I had traveled, and I could not be ashamed of it. This was the new me: short hair, a little confused, trying to love myself. In that moment, as my hair dropped to the floor, I accepted this new identity.

Presidential Candidates, Would You Accept This Rose?

Greg Schwem | Posted 05.18.2015 | Comedy
Greg Schwem

As the lines of politics and entertainment become even more blurred, one can only wonder what the 2016 crop of presidential hopefuls will resort to as they campaign for the nation's highest office.

5 Life Lessons From 'Survivor' Winner John Cochran

Robin Hall | Posted 05.09.2015 | Healthy Living
Robin Hall

A few weeks ago, whilst slowly waking up, I was reflecting on what a fantastic season of "Survivor" it was when the underdog, John Cochran, came back from a defeat in his first season to claim victory on his return.

The Question That Changed My Life

Francesca Hogi | Posted 05.09.2015 | Women
Francesca Hogi

Asking myself that question literally changed my life. In response, evidence that I was wrong about myself began to appear. I went from a "no-talent" recovering lawyer to a person who made it my mission to uncover what talents I truly possessed.

Life With a TBI: What I Wish I Had Known When I First Hit My Head

Amy Zellmer | Posted 05.09.2015 | Healthy Living
Amy Zellmer

It has been 13 months since my fall, and I am just NOW starting physical therapy for my injuries and occupational therapy for my cognitive issues. I feel like I am late to the party, that I should have been here months ago. Late is better than never, but I have never been one to be fashionably late.

5 Things Every TBI Survivor Wants You to Understand

Amy Zellmer | Posted 05.05.2015 | Healthy Living
Amy Zellmer

Every single thing we do, whether physical or mental, takes a toll on our brain. The more we use it, the more it needs to rest. If we go out to a crowded restaurant with a lot of noise and stimulation, we may simply get overloaded and need to go home and rest. Even reading or watching tv causes our brains to fatigue.

What Everyone Should Know About Life With A Brain Injury

Amy Zellmer | Posted 05.01.2015 | Healthy Living
Amy Zellmer

A TBI changes you. Literally and figuratively. My personality is different. My energy levels and sleep patterns are foreign to me. The confused woman in the kitchen staring at the oven is someone I am just now starting to understand.

Still Here

Bruce Ward | Posted 04.29.2015 | Gay Voices
Bruce Ward

Hope. Before 1996, just saying the word -- just thinking it, imagining it -- was thought of as naive. Foolish. A clutching at straws. While never letting go of hope, even in my darkest moments, I nonetheless knew that I would die from this disease. And that my time was limited.

I Never Asked His Name

Diriye Osman | Posted 04.19.2015 | Gay Voices
Diriye Osman

My bus came into view and I said goodbye. As I got on the bus and sat down, the young man smiled and waved at me. I waved back and wondered what his life would have been like if he had received the kind of support and opportunities I was lucky enough to have obtained.