At first she used it to boost her running performance, then she found herself compulsively checking it.
App lets you do good for others while doing good for yourself.
Packing light has become a way of life.
Mark Miller uses the phone and Skype to show his disabled piano students what they can do.
Like marathoners, they want elites and average competitors to run side by side in sponsored races that attract media coverage.
A mother’s dying request was that her ashes be scattered by her favorite rock in the mountains. But for her daughter, finding that rock proved harder than she ever imagined.
Pat Rummerfield is an Ironman triathlon finisher, a speed-boat racer and a quadriplegic.
Guitar maker Doug Fields developed tinnitus about six years ago. But he is learning to adjust.
Daphne Dudley’s life was changed forever after a boulder hit her car in 2003.
Andrew Fraser grew up with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and found a career as a dog trainer.