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"It feels good to help people," says 11-year-old Carter Doorley, who hopes to inspire other kids
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"Let your children be loved by as many people as possible," says Megan Stortz, whose budding friendship with Tiffany Paskas encourages other moms and stepparents to foster positive connections
"If I was going to have someone break my heart, I wanted it to be him," Emily Draper Knisley tells PEOPLE
Toby Dorr, who ran a dog training program at a prison, smuggled her lover out in a dog crate
"I love how he is so curious about the world," JJ Yosh says of his Bombay cat Simon, who loves to go on adventures with his owner
There has been an outpouring of love and support for 6-year-old Dominick Krankall, his family tells PEOPLE
For Earth Day, South Shore Charter Academy in Riverview, Florida, used the water from their melted snowman to water the school's garden, which includes a snowman topiary
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Their first dance was up and down the airplane aisle to Bruno Mars' "Marry You"
"Think about it as an economic pandemic," Suze Orman says
For Earth Day, South Shore Charter Academy in Riverview, Florida, used the water from their melted snowman to water the school's garden, which includes a snowman topiary
Their first dance was up and down the airplane aisle to Bruno Mars' "Marry You"
"Think about it as an economic pandemic," Suze Orman says
Alexa Sobsey of Nugget Markets in West Sacramento is the reigning queen of the checkout line
"We have big dreams for her," says Brittany Kuper of her 18-month-old daughter Esther, who has thanatophoric dysplasia
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"I got to learn to love me for me," Audrey Parker Green tells PEOPLE
Kahle Boutte cares for and dresses the fashionable llamas of Prairie Patch Farm's TikTok page, which has over 76,000 followers
"It's so deeply meaningful — it tells my grandparents' love story," says record label exec Matt Block
"I looked her in the eye and I thought, ‘This is it,’” Paul Mattingly tells PEOPLE of his connection with wife Laura Lee Estes
PEOPLE's "Why I'm Getting Vaccinated" campaign hopes to fight vaccine misinformation and encourage people to get the shot as part of the battle against COVID-19. Noteworthy names and everyday people alike will share their powerful, personal reasons for getting vaccinated
PEOPLE's "Why I'm Getting Vaccinated" campaign hopes to fight vaccine misinformation and encourage people to get the shot as part of the battle against COVID-19. Noteworthy names and everyday people alike will share their powerful, personal reasons for getting vaccinated.
"I'm able to use what I've gone through to help other people," says Dr. Alissa Zingman of her battle with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
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Colleagues who traveled to the world's most dangerous places with the late filmmaker tell PEOPLE about his "uncanny" talents for capturing "the beauty and strength in the human spirit"
"I think the good outweighs the bad and I just want to keep it that way," Olivia Ross, 17, says of TikTok
Nick Howell spent almost six months in and out of the hospital and had 50 surgeries
"This is a weapon in our home that people don't know about," says Haileyesus Zeryihun
"I really want to help people," says Collette Divitto, CEO of Collettey's Cookies
Ivan Agerton's Long COVID symptoms included extreme paranoia that caused him to go to an inpatient mental health facility
"I thought I was living a slow progressive death. We had no idea, and neither did the doctors. Nobody could tell me if I was going to get better or not," Catie Barber says