If push came to shove, do you wonder if someone will have your back? These Londoners were wondering the same thing...and we're excited with what they found.
During Colonial Hills Elementary School's Field Day, Matt, who has spastic cerebral palsy, was given the option of sitting out. He refused. So when his classmates saw him rounding the last bend and heading to the finish line, they made sure he knew they had his back.
It's safe to say that business comes easy to Mikaila Ulmer, the 10-year-old entrepreneur and founder of Bee Sweet Lemonade. Since she was just four years old, Mikaila has been making lemonade and supporting local beekeepers.
Imagine stepping into your backyard and picking a peach, or a cherry, or an almond. Now imagine if you picked all these from the same tree. In 2011, Syracuse University professor Sam Van Aken created such a tree and it's well on its way to bearing fruit!
When Zion was just two years old, he lost his hands and feet to a life-threatening bacterial infection. Now 8, Zion has become the first child to ever undergo a double hand transplant. And if you thought that was amazing, just wait until you meet the kid.
Caring for an aging parent can be difficult. Rare are there moments when life seems to go back to normal. Fortunately for Kelly Gunderson, who has been taking care of her 87-year-old mother, the camera was recording during one such moment.
Believe it or not, in today's age of technology we are more connected than ever. When home is just a click away, moments like this can happen. It would take something amazing to bridge the gap between this man and his pregnant wife.
It started with a small sign, film producer Gordon Gray and his wife Kristen first noticed it in their oldest daughter. It turned out to be much bigger, Batten disease, a fatal neurodegenerative disorder. And what's worse, their younger daughter has it, too.