Paul was in his 21st season as a strength and conditioning coach, according to the Cowboys website. Before he joined Dallas in 2018, he spent 11 years in the role with the New York Giants. In his time as a coach, he helped teams win five Super Bowls. Prior to coaching, he previously played football at Syracuse University, where he was a team captain and two-time All-American defensive back. … [Read more...] about Markus Paul, a strength coach for the Dallas Cowboys, dies
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While pursuing a research position at Cambridge in 1962, Hawking was diagnosed with a motor neuron disease, later revealed to be amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. When a patient is affected by ALS, the motor neurons in his brain and spinal column start to progressively weaken and die, which in turn affects muscles that control voluntary movements. At first, these muscles will weaken or stiffen, which can result in slurred speech or an inability to button or zip clothes. But eventually, these muscles will cease to function altogether, and within months or years, patients lose the ability to walk, speak, and breathe independently. … [Read more...] about How Did Stephen Hawking Survive ALS for Decades?
Hanifan’s NFL career began as an offensive line coach with the St. Louis Cardinals (1973-78), coaching renowned tackle Dan Dierdorf and notorious guard Conrad Dobler. Hanifan was head coach of the Cardinals from 1980 through ’85, going 39-49-1 and reaching the playoffs in 1982. … [Read more...] about Jim Hanifan, Cal alum and offensive line coaching great, dies at 87
“ALS has traditionally been a disease where, because of the time scenario and because of the age of people it normally strikes, there's been no time for protests. There's been no time to get angry about this disease. And that’s changing,” said Mike Henson, an ALS patient who is part of the online patient advocate group No More Excuses. “Patients have had enough of this crap.” … [Read more...] about Will Congress Help This 36-Year-Old ALS Patient Waiting for Access to Experimental Drugs?
Dolezal said she received an envelope with lynching photos and other threats in February, at a Spokane, Washington, P.O. box. Authorities found the envelope had no signs of being sent through the mail, and postal employees said it likely wound up in her hands “if it was placed there by someone with a key to that box or a USPS employee." A local news report found that Dolezal had made a handful of other such reports. … [Read more...] about How Did White Rachel Dolezal Convince Everyone She Was Black?