This Is How Playing By the Rules Can Actually Make You a Better Man

Image by: PDPics By Ronnie Toofan I know this guy named Mark who hates his job. Whenever he has the chance, he tells his friends he’s going to quit. He loves going to fun parties and goes home totally wrecked. He jumps from one relationship to another and never runs out of something to complain…

Braylon Beam Sets New Standards as the Carolina Panther’s Youngest Couch

By Richard K. Noots How does one explain to a six year old that they have a tumor on their optic nerve? Well, chances are it isn’t easy for one parent. Moreover, I couldn’t imagine how I would’ve processed such information at that age. Luckily, Braylon Beam takes it all in stride and couldn’t be cooler. Recently, he…

Would You Do Something Illegal to Help Your Terminal Illness?

By Richard K. Noot When Daniel Hibbitt was diagnosed with terminal cancer, he decided to look for any means to help his predicament. Well, if you haven’t been living under a rock for 15 years, you might have heard that marijuana might actually help in many ways with all cancer-related issues. Unfortunately for Daniel, he lives in…

This Iron Cop Uses His Powers to Protect and Serve

By Richard K. Noots Now that Baltimore’s dust is settling, we often ask ourselves, “Just what is the point of law enforcement?” Although we cannot judge one group by a few bad eggs, outcries against authoritative abuse are nothing new. That’s why when I see men like Damon Cole of the Dallas Police Department, I know there are officers out there who care…

What Would You Do With An Extra 11 Minutes? Aetna Asks Public to Quit Smoking

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qurrfu0vklc By Jack Day By now, we’ve all seen the “Truth” campaign. The antismoking group uses interesting experiences or jarring examples to shock people into considering a change of lifestyle. Now Aetna Insurance is doing something similar and taking the message viral. “The 11 Initiative” uses an 11 minute experience to send a message. Strangers…

This Man is Battling Cancer With … Long Distance Running?

By Richard K. Noots Jim Willett really lives up to his name. After receiving a diagnosis of Cancer, he decided, rather suddenly, to start running. For some reason, running just eased his mind and made life easier. Now, he just finished the Bruce Trail in Canada, which is over 550 miles long, in less than eleven days. I could barely even handle driving that far, let alone running. Regardless, Jim…

Find Out How This Young Cancer Survivor Used His Maturity Against His Bullies

By Anne Cacherell 10-year old cancer survivor, Dominic Zaffino of Philadelphia has been harassed at school by bullies who make fun of his height. His schoolmates didn’t know that he battled 3 torturous years of chemotherapy in order to survive cancer. Although the treatment was a success, the result had some side effects like stunted…

A Final Wish for a Dying Cancer Patient Brings Rapper Eminem Bedside

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6vzsZ4G6Dk By Jack Day An entire community in Michigan is mourning the death of 17 year old Gage Garmo. The teen had a rare bone cancer known as osteosarcoma and had been fighting for quite some time. His final wish was to meet his idol, rapper Eminem. As fate would play out, the superstar came…

If You Were a Fan of ESPN’s Scott Stuart, Please Watch This Video

By Charlie DeWitts About a couple weeks ago, a great announcer on ESPN’s SportsCenter passed on after a long battle with cancer. One of the men who trained under his tutelage, Rich Eisen, shows his lament and remorse in the above video as tribute. Now, heroes come in all shapes, sizes and colors. When a…

The Inspiration in Our Small Victories Comes From Big Battles

By Charlie DeWitts John Wall had an amazing victory for the Washington Wizards in a recent Basketball game. However, his victory was inspired by a recent victim of cancer, a six year old named Miyah Telemaque-Nelson. She was just a girl who looked up to John, who had an amazing game with only her in…

Is Coffee Your Friend or Foe? What you Should Know Before that Next Cup

Image by: Jorge Royan By: George Lamb Where would America be without coffee? We’d all probably be trudging through our days like zombies after a shot of morphine. These days, America–and many other parts of the world–rely on coffee to get them through their daily routines. That’s all fine and dandy—the fact that it is…