This week, the comedian and his trainer were spotted wearing the Nike Free Train Instinct Hart in an unreleased bright pink colorway for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The motivational quotes on the sneaker make a perfect fit for the initiative.
Hart himself has been affected by breast cancer, as his beloved mother Nancy passed away from the disease in 2007.
A high school goalie, who is still suffering from a third concussion that nearly killed him, woke up from a coma speaking fluent Spanish.
Rueben Nsemoh was playing soccer last month for an elite Gwinnett County national team when he dived for the ball and another player kicked him in the head, WSB TVreported.
The passionate soccer player hopes to play professionally one day, but for now he'll continue to stay at home and heal.
Recent longitudinal data show that, although the plant may be popular among the fretful, cannabis use doesnt lead to any of the anxiety disorders.
One experiment using the enzymes and chemicals central to digestion did find that CBD broke down to form some THC but lets not get too freaked out yet.
If this phenomenon actually occurs in humans, then children who need CBD medication to control seizures or other ailments would still be exposed to only small amounts of THC.
Tuesday night, Michael got a call from his wife, who said she she was having abdominal pains and needed to go to the hospital.
At 7 pounds, 3 oz and 19 inches long, he appeared to be a healthy baby, in spite of having no prenatal care.
According to a Facebook post by Michael Jaegers: "Steph was diagnosed with pre-menopause awhile back which would justify the hormone imbalance also associated with a pregnancy.
Sophie Camilleris six-year-old daughter Lex was upset after a girl at school called her nine-year-old brother, Frank, weird, Camilleri told BuzzFeed News.
Camilleri, who lives in the south of England, said Lex was very upset when she got home that day, but that she had recently been elected to the school council so she decided to write a letter, which was then read out in her class.
Afterwards, she decided to put her daughters letter on Facebook, in a bid to campaign locally for better awareness of autism in schools.