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'I Can't Fight Off Colds and Whatnot Like Normal People Can'

'I Can't Fight Off Colds and Whatnot Like Normal People Can'

John and Donna LaBelle are from Fulton, and we sat down in September at an event called “The Art of the Scar” that was hosted by the Missouri Kidney Program.

'You've Got to Find Those Things That You Find Enjoyable and Just Focus on Them'

'You've Got to Find Those Things That You Find Enjoyable and Just Focus on Them'

Laurie Hines and Ted Glasgow have been together for many years. Ted is an accomplished bodybuilder - a six-time Mr. Missouri – but a few years ago he experienced kidney failure.

'You Can't Identify a Homeless Youth Based Upon Your Preconceptions of What Homelessness Looks Like'

'You Can't Identify a Homeless Youth Based Upon Your Preconceptions of What Homelessness Looks Like'

Mark Kirchhoff is the homeless youth program coordinator for Rainbow House in Columbia, and Kelsey Louder is the former shelter director.

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