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Dorsey Challenge to raise funds for Poolesville wrestling Coac...

By June 19 at 1:12 PM When Poolesville wrestling Coach Kevin Dorsey was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease last August, henever considered stepping away from the sport . For the past nine years he hasbeen committedto shaping the young men at ... Washington Post, 2 weeks ago

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Steve Kerr Is The Luckiest Man In The NBA

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, to borrow a phrase coined by the late-great Lou Gehrig, is waking up Wednesday morning as the NBA's " luckiest man on the face of the earth. " " I've been lucky my whole career, " he told ESPN after his ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago Warriors Coach Steve Kerr Is The Luckiest Man In The NBA  Huffington Post2 weeks ago

Former Saints player Gleason wins Halas Award

Former New Orleans Saints special teams player Steve Gleason, who is afflicted with Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS), has won the George Halas Award for overcoming adversity and succeeding. The award, announced Monday by the Professional Football Writers ...
 USA Today2 weeks ago Ex-Saints player Gleason wins Halas Award  Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago Steve Gleason selected as PFWA's 2015 George Halas award winner  Noodls2 weeks ago

Lou Gehrig's famous 2,130 consecutive games streak began 90 years ago

Ninety years ago today, Pee-Wee went 0-fer. Now, he was facing Walter Johnson. Even Babe Ruth didn't get a hit that day; interestingly enough, Wally Pipp did get a hit. On June 1, 1925, the New York Yankees' Paul Louis Wanninger went 0-for-3, so ...
 Denver Post1 month ago
Infrosoft

Protein "Comet Tails" Propel Cell Recycling Process

Neurodegenerative diseases, such as Lou Gehrig's, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Huntington's disease, all result in part from a defect in autophagy - one way a cell removes and recycles misfolded proteins and pathogens. Researchers show for the ...
 Infrosoft2 weeks ago Protein 'comet tails' propel cell recycling process  Medical News Today2 weeks ago
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One of the Great 4th of July Speeches

One of the great July 4th speeches was delivered by a shy man who played baseball for a living. Lou Gehrig played every day, never took a game off, until he was told, at age 35, that he was dying. More than 60,000 fans and former teammates came out ...
 Weekly Standard2 hours ago
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MLB: Best Fourth of July Moments New and Old; Mike Trout Walk-Off, Lou Gehrig's 'Luckiest Man' Speech (WATCH)

Major League Baseball's celebration of America's Independence Day is the best in sports. By Thomas Carannante t.carannante@hngn.com | Jul 04, 2015 08:53 AM EDT Mike Trout is among the MLB's modern players that has made history on the ...
 Hngn.com9 hours ago
Sys-Con Media

Does type 2 diabetes protect against Lou Gehrig's?

People with type 2 diabetes — but not obesity — may have a lower risk for being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, according to a study published June 1, 2015 online in JAMA Neurology . ...
 Medical Economics4 days ago Stu Millheiser Investigates Recent Insights into Cellular Mechanisms That Are Responsible for Neurodegenerative Diseases  Reliance Trust1 day ago Stu Millheiser Discusses the Potential Benefits of NurOwn Stem Cell Therapy  Reliance Trust3 days ago Stu Millheiser Profiles a New Study into Genetic Predispositions for ALS  RCL Advisors1 week ago
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Health Canal

New light shed on how neurons control muscle movement

Researchers studying how the brain controls movement in people with paralysis, related to their diagnosis of Lou Gehrig's disease, have found that groups of neurons work together, firing in complex rhythms to signal muscles about when and where
 Science Daily1 week ago Research sheds light on how neurons control muscle movement  Health Canal1 week ago Stanford researchers find how neurons work together to control movement in people with paralysis  News-Medical.Net1 week ago Stanford research sheds light on how neurons control muscle movement  EurekAlert!1 week ago
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Daily Herald Tribune

ALS Walk returns to Swan City

When her mom was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease, in Octob er 2014, Mandy Van Dresar, ALS Walk co-ordinator with the ALS Society's local branch, decided she wanted to help out her and others ...
 Daily Herald Tribune1 week ago Scientists Eager to Test ALS Gene Therapy  Alzheimer Research Forum3 weeks ago Beyond the ice bucket  The Hill3 weeks ago Immune system linked to death of motor neurons in Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis  News-Medical.Net3 weeks ago
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