Feel Good On The 50s

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A Woman with Dementia Sang "My Way" and Hit #7 on the U.K. iTunes Charts!

83-year-old Margaret Mackie suffers from dementia and lives in a nursing home in Scotland. Last month, one of her helpers sang a duet with her at their annual Christmas party and it was so good, he booked time in a recording studio with her. They covered the Frank Sinatra song "My Way", and posted...
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Feel Good on the 50s: A New Machine Keeps Donor Livers Alive for a Week Instead of Hours!

At any given time, thousands of people in America are waiting for a liver transplant. But this could help with that backlog in a major way . . . A team of engineers in Switzerland just unveiled a new machine they built that can keep a donated liver alive outside the body for up to a WEEK. Until now...
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Feel Good on the 50s: A Guy Who's Paralyzed Walked a Full Marathon in a Robotic Suit and Broke a World Record!

Here's what you get when modern medicine meets sheer willpower . . . A guy in South Carolina named Adam Gorlitsky was paralyzed from the waist down in a car crash in 2005. But he hasn't let it hold him back. And over the weekend, he set a pretty amazing WORLD RECORD. He's learned to walk again...
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Feel Good on the 50s: A Six-Year-Old Kid Finishes Chemo and Gets a Standing Ovation at School!

There's a six-year-old kid near Cleveland named John Oliver Zippay. But he goes by the nickname "J.O." He was diagnosed with leukemia at age three. So he doesn't really remember a time when he didn't have cancer. But two days after Christmas, he went through his final chemo treatment. And on his...
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Feel Good on the 50s: An Uber Driver Graduates College After a Passenger Pays Off Her Debt!

43-year-old Latonya Young lives in Atlanta. She works as a hairdresser by day and drives for Uber at night. But she's always wanted to be a lawyer. Back when she was 16, she got pregnant and had to drop out of high school. But she eventually got her diploma and enrolled at Georgia State...
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