Inter Miami CF executives, players, along with AutoNation representatives filled 2,500 comfort bags Tuesday for cancer patients at DRV PNK Stadium.
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- USA TODAY
Jake West, Zac Mago and Mark Mayfield were all 17 years old, all standout athletes in Indiana -- and all died of sudden cardiac arrest.
- Eating Well
This Is How Long You Should Exercise Each Week to Help Lower Your Risk for Cancer, According to Science
46,000 cases of cancer in America could potentially be prevented each year if we move THIS much.
- Fighting Irish Wire
Hardly a surprise...
- Women's Health
Many cold and COVID-19 symptoms are similar, including runny nose, sore throat, and cough. Here's how to tell the difference between the two.
- NBC Sports Chicago
Matt Nagy said he would talk to his starting cornerback about his public displeasure.
- HuffPost Life
Curious what activities may be associated with higher COVID-19 transmission? Here's what data suggests.
- Patriots Wire
Julian Edelman is not taking the news well.
- High School Sports
Week 9 of the USA TODAY Sports Super 25 high school football rankings.
Chinese father uses online studies to develop a homemade treatment for his son’s rare genetic disease
A Chinese father took it upon himself to develop a cure for a rare genetic disease that his son was diagnosed with. A father’s devotion: Xu Wei, a 30-year-old online entrepreneur with no prior college education, devoted his time to learning and developing medicine at home after his one-year-old son Haoyang was diagnosed with Menkes disease, reported South China Morning Post. The disorder, which affects the cellular transport of copper, is associated with seizures, stunted growth, failure to thrive, unstable body temperature and intellectual disability, according to the National Organization for Rare Disorders.
- The Daily Beast
YouTubeRight-wing personality and talk radio host Dennis Prager, who once “proved” COVID was nothing to worry about by describing his habit of eating with dirty utensils in restaurants, has now contracted COVID.But, this wasn’t a bad thing, Prager insisted. In fact, getting sick with the virus was his plan all along, he announced Monday during his show, which streams daily on YouTube.“It is infinitely preferable to have natural immunity than vaccine immunity and that is what I have hoped for the
- NBC Sports EDGE
Jennifer Eakins gives five fantasy starters who could underperform in Week 7. (Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports)
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
How a stunning piece of East Texas property became one of the country’s best golf venues has more to do with camaraderie than course design.
- The State
He visits Columbia every chance he gets. Will an offer follow?
- NBC Sports Washington
Matt Nagy's team has been the butt of NFL disses all week, and there's no end in sight.
- Martha Stewart Living
According to researchers at Durham University, this could be a breakthrough therapy for people with Parkinson's disease and traumatic brain injuries.
- Eagles Wire
Zach Ertz takes out a full-page newspaper ad in The Inquirer to thank Philadelphia Eagles fans one last time
The NBA legend praised the Brooklyn Nets for benching Irving and slammed comparisons with boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
- NBC Sports Boston
Umpires are going to get calls wrong, but 21 of them? In an ALCS game? The Red Sox' issues with balls and strikes last night were legitimate, and this graphic proves it.
The word "colonoscopy" has always been one I have dreaded hearing. At 14, I was diagnosed by a gastroenterologist with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which causes stomach pain and other intestinal symptoms, like bloating and diarrhea.
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
The Ben Simmons saga went nuclear on Tuesday with a practice ejection and a suspension, and of course the internet brought its bag of jokes. By Adam Hermann