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Dying Man's Health Has Improved Remarkably Since Reunion With Beloved Dog!

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The power of dogs is incredible!

A 73-year-old man named James Wathen was confounding his doctors over at Baptist Health Corbin in Corbin, Kentucky when his health began deteriorating and he refused to eat for seemingly reasons beyond them.

But nurses realized James was upset about not being with his a one-eyed Chihuahua named Bubba. The two had been separated since James first was taken to the hospital.

Well, nurses were able to figure out that the dog had been taken to a foster family through the Knox-Whitley animal shelter, and on October 11th — a reunion of epic proportions took place!

Here's what Deanna Myers, the Director of the Knox Whitley Animal Shelter, said online

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That's REAL Sportsmanship! Teen Runner Piggy-Backs Injured Competitor Across Finish Line!!

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It all went down at the Eastern Dakota Conference's Cross County Championship in North Dakota…

Near the end of a cross country race, Fargo South runner Danielle LeNoue heard a pop in her knee and collapsed in pain.

She injured her patella tendon! Crying, in so much pain, she tried to walk but couldn't.

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Several runners made their way past the injured girl, except for Devils Lake runner Melanie Bailey, who had to stop and help, saying:

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EXCLUSIVE! Family Of First Child To Die In U.S. From Enterovirus Found Incredible Charity In His Honor - Help HERE!

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Eli Waller was a sweet 4-year-old boy who went to sleep one evening in his family home… and never woke up.

Sadly, Eli passed in the night and became the first confirmed Enterovirus D68 death.

This specific strain of the enterovirus is particularly dangerous for children. It can cause severe respiratory illness and send kids to the emergency room.

But what's scariest is in Eli's case, there was no warning. One minute here, the next, gone.

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Incredible! Cancer Patient Goes From Stick Thin To LEGIT Bodybuilder! He's Freakin' HUGE!!

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If this story doesn't prove that people can do anything they set their mind to, we don't know what will.

Zach Zeiler, a young man from Ida, Michigan, was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma at only 15!

After his treatments, his weight had dropped to only 100 pounds. He was stick thin and struggling.

Zeiler said:

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9-Year-Old Makes It His Mission To See All Of The Sights The World Has To Offer Before He Goes Blind!

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Ben Pierce is putting his eyes to as much use as possible before he goes blind!

This is a truly beautiful way to handle such a heartbreaking situation.

At just 9-years-old, Ben Pierce is preparing for a huge lifestyle change as his eyesight is slowly deteriorating due to a diseases known as retinopathy, which was caused by his premature birth.

The Dallas, Texas, native doesn't have much longer until he's completely blind, so he and his family decided to make the most of the time he has left with his vision and seeing as much as the world has to offer!

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Blind High Schooler Scores His First Ever Touchdown With The Help Of His Football Captain Older Brother!

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Justin Olenginski isn't your average high school freshman.

That's because at just 15 years old, Justin has already been the captain of his football team… and scored his very first touchdown!

You see, Justin was born blind, with special needs, and with mobility difficulties, so playing on his school's football team was always just a dream of his.

That is, until his older brother Michael Olenginski, a 17-year-old senior at Dallas High School in Pennsylvania, made that dream come true.

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