Former NFL players may have a higher risk of dying from diseases that damage brain cells.
Bullying and being called names are often a part of life for middle school children. But Thursday, one man — who’s well-known in Baltimore — shared a tough life lesson.
Every other Monday morning you’ll find Dudley Clendinen at WYPR radio. Ever since he was diagnosed with “Lou,” as he calls it, he’s been sharing conversations about living and dying with the disease.
Ravens Executive O.J. Brigance is using Sept. 29– his birthday– to raise money to cure a disease that will kill him.
Help celebrate O.J. Brigance’s birthday while supporting the journey to find a cure for ALS. Follow the link to donate.
Former Raven O.J. Brigance continues his fight against ALS and is raising money to help others.
There’s no treatment or cure for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease. But Saturday morning, hundreds of people will lace up their running shoes in Baltimore to raise money for research for the disease.