She's struggled with bulimia, bipolar and self-harm disorders, and at the DNC, Demi Lovato used her platform to advocate for those living with mental illness.
After winning a gold medal in 2000, Anthony Ervin retired from swimming and auctioned off his medal before hitting rock bottom. Years of depression, suicide, drugs and hopelessness led him down a path of destruction. Now, 35, Ervin has overcome even the worst of his demons as he leads the 2016 U.S. Swim team in Rio de Janeiro.
Social experiments are popping up everywhere. Whether they're poking fun at something or restoring our faith in humanity, each one offers a unique perspective that is sure to make your day!
Loving someone who struggles with an eating disorder can be difficult. Here's what they want you to know about understanding, loving and caring for them through their journey with ED.
When cerebral palsy threatened to keep Cayden in a wheelchair, his big brother, Connor, stepped in and changed everything for him. Now they compete in triathlons as the best team around.
Carly Fleischmann is an author, songwriter and the world's first ever nonverbal talk show host. Her autism doesn't define her, and she's used the Internet to educate and advocate for herself and other autistic people everywhere.