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At just 19 years old, Lauren Hill knows all too well that time is precious, and she's making the most of every single second she has left.
It was about a year when the Mount St. Joseph University freshman was feeling a bit off after basketball practice and decided to go see the doctor. That's when they discovered a cancerous tumor in her brain and estimated she only had about 12 months left to live.
However, Lauren has not only managed to stay optimistic throughout the experience, she's also viewing it as an opportunity to teach others to make the most out of every moment we have, because tomorrow is never guaranteed:
We've been following the very intricate story of Brittany Maynard, the woman who's choosing to die with dignity instead of succumbing to her cancer.
It seems as though she's still trying to make the most of her last days and is crossing off some pretty cool things off her bucket list.
The 29-year-old and her family just went to the Grand Canyon, and that's not even the most extreme trip she's made since her brain cancer diagnosis.
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In addition to traveling down to Arizona, Brittany also went glacier kayaking and boating on the Pacific Ocean in Alaska.
And while she may be having fun going on adventures, she's unfortunately feeling sicker than ever.
Brittany spoke to People about her trip, saying:
Talk about falling with style!
Google once again proved its dominion over planet Earth as one of its execs, Alan Eustace, took a balloon near to the very tippy top of the stratosphere Friday.
The senior vice president at Google reached an altitude of over 25 miles, and as he descended, he reached speeds that maxed out at 822 miles per hour, thus breaking the sound barrier.
Two years ago Felix Baumgartner set the world altitude record reaching a height of 128,100 feet on October 14th, 2012.
Alan's height? Roughly 135,890 feet. He returned to earth 15 minutes after he began his descent 70 miles away from his launch point.
Ch-ch-check out his wild ride (below)!!!
Wow, we're SO inspired by Robert Konrad, a teacher from Florida who recently announced his plans to transition into a woman!
What makes Robert's story so special is that he decided to reveal his plans to his students and colleagues in a very pragmatic and AWESOME way.
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Instead of letting rumors and speculation run rampant as he transitioned, Robert devised a well-calculated plan involving
A horrible tragedy happened on Wednesday when a fatal shooting happened near the Canada parliament in Ottawa that left one soldier dead.
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And while that lead to the cancellation of the game between two famous Canadian hockey teams - the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators - another hockey game that happened later that evening had something tear-worthy happen!
During the game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers, the NHL hockey crowd put on a touching display when they began to
We absolutely love inspirational kids like Noah Wilson!
Noah, a six-year-old boy who was sadly diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, is a HUGE fan of the Kansas City Royals baseball team. The precious little boy is SUCH a big fan of the Royals that he often pretends to be a sports commentator while recuperating from chemotherapy.
To this day, despite 12 rounds of chemotherapy and 28 rounds of radiation, it's ongoing — and holy crap nobody should ever have to go through that.
But Noah is STRONG.
Noah's neighbor, Ryan Zimmerman, was so taken with his love for the Royals that he raised 10,000 DOLLARS so the little boy could