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Park workers clear path so elderly man can reach his wife's memorial
Every day, Bud Caldwell, 82, walks to the bench that he dedicated to his late wife, Betty, and leaves her one penny and one daisy in honor of their favorite songs, "Pennies from Heaven" and "Daisy a Day."The Wisconsin couple were together for almost 56 years, according to local CBS station WDJT, and rain or shine, Caldwell visits the bench decorated with Betty's picture to tell her about his day.






Fri, 30 Jan 2015 23:12:57 GMT
Bengals' Devon Still and daughter Leah write a book for kids fighting cancer
Leah Still is continuing her fight against pediatric cancer and now hopes to help kids in the same situation with her book, "I am Leah Strong."Devon Still revealed the inspiration behind their children's book on Instagram, along with a sneak peek of the adorable cover on Thursday.






Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:22:00 GMT
Flu striking older Americans at highest pace on record, CDC says
A flu outbreak that already has killed at least 61 children is simultaneously slamming older Americans at a record clip, federal officials said Friday.The flu hospitalization pace for people 65 and older is the highest since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention began tracking such data in 2005.






Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:55:00 GMT
What makes your morning shine? TODAY fans share what they wake up for
You can watch the TODAY team #RiseToShine in this all-new Super Bowl ad, in which the anchors make it clear that you —the fans — light up their mornings.So what motivates you each and every morning? We asked TODAY fans to tell us your biggest inspirations, and loved what you had to share! Keep telling us what makes your morning shine on Facebook and Twitter using #RiseToShine.






Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:33:11 GMT
What parents need to know about the measles vaccine
Every parent knows the drill: the series of vaccines their kids start getting at birth, beginning with the hepatitis B vaccine. The outbreak of measles linked to Disneyland has millions of Americans looking at the vaccine schedule again — and wondering if their kids are protected.Here are some answers to your questions.Is my child protected?
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 21:26:00 GMT
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