It's not always going to be a bruise or a cut on her arm that makes it apparent.
It's been six years since I was last in front of a TV camera, but my freckled face will be back on the screen tonight on "Knowledge is Power."
There are certain things that take someone outside of their comfort zone. For some, it's trying a new food. For others, it's being social for a bit.
On July 28, the tiny white fluff ball I got nearly three years ago will be celebrating his birthday. I'm spoiling him beyond reason with ice cream and treats galore.
I want to be the very best, like no one ever was!
I have always been super fascinated by the science behind what makes us, us.
Orlando didn't deserve to lose so many precious lives this weekend.
It's been nearly a year since I was rudely awakened by a fuzzy creature screeching in my ear. This time, though, it wasn't my cat begging for food.
Note: This post contains issues that may make some people uncomfortable, including suicide and cutting.
Please, for the love of everything that is good, PUT ON SOME SUNSCREEN.
If you're anything like me, you're curious about the natural workings of the human body. It can be fascinating and disgusting all at the same time.
Years of my complaining of back and hip pain and chronic fatigue finally made sense on Dec. 17, 2013.
I spent 10 hours yesterday in the critical care unit of the emergency department at WellSpan York Hospital.
This is a guest blog from York College of Pennsylvania student Jordan Elford. The 21-year-old senior and her classmates researched the poverty and uninsured populations of York County, Pennsylvania, and Wise County, Virginia.
Trigger warning: sexual assault