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Progeria is a rare genetic disease that results in premature aging. Children with progeria will appear old and frail even before they reach school age, and they’re likely to die in their early teens from heart disease or a stroke.

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People who are courteous and respect others are our true leaders in life. It’s your actions that brings happiness and positivity back in the world. You might never get the recognition you deserve, but I’m sure you’re not looking for it either because it’s just who you are.

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Last month, at 50 years and 11 months, Phil Mickelson became the oldest golfer in history to win a major tournament when he won the PGA Championship by two strokes. He’s now considered an “old man,” at least in the field of sports. But I remember when Mickelson was young, when his wife gave …

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What if you could get a vaccine to eliminate cancer and keep it from returning? That could be a real game changer. A new anti-cancer vaccine is moving into phase 1 clinical testing after results in animal testing showed it to be 90 percent effective and safe.

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Look, if you’re struggling with life circumstances, reach out and find a professional, friend or someone who has a positive outlook on life, and ask for their wisdom. I hope this will get you back in the right direction.

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The United States Golf Association (USGA) annually invites any and all golfers to attempt to qualify to play in the United States Open Golf Championship. Don’t pack your clubs and head for the nearest qualifying venue: it’s already too late, so, maybe 2022 will be your year.

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Because every once in awhile, fans are left wondering "what if" like in that magical 2015 UH season, I'm ultimately in favor of a playoff expansion. While many seasons won't offer many surprises in a 12-team playoff, under the current college football ranking system, it will at least give the occasional upstart team a chance.

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The Tropical Atlantic Basin has suddenly become active as we move into mid-June with three areas having potential for development over the coming five days. One, off the coast of North Carolina has a 70 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone, another in the far eastern Atlantic has a …