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    Nichole Schmidt, the mother of murdered hiker Gabby Petito, tweeted Thursday marking the first Thanksgiving without her daughter, just days after Petito's boyfriend Brian Laundrie's death was ruled a suicide.  Petito, 22, was was discovered slain in September on the edge of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, with an autopsy later concluding she died by strangulation and that it was a homicide.  Schmidt tweeted Thursday that she was thinking of her beloved daughter in the spirit of the holiday. 'Gabby will forever remind me to be grateful for every moment, every breath, and every memory,' she wrote. 'I will cherish what I’ve had, and have in the present, always. Live with love, laughter and gratitude.' Gabby's father, Joe Petito, also took to Twitter to offer his thoughts on the holiday.  'Thanksgiving, a day for being thankful, thoughtful, and giving,' he wrote. 'Hug your family and friends. Be thankful for the time you get to spend with them all. We miss you #Gabbypetito. You should be with us but now all we have are the pictures.' Laundrie, 23, a person of interest...
    A CRASH victim has told how despite losing his memory every six hours he was still able to find love and have a baby - much like the plot of 50 First Dates. Daniel Schmidt, from Germany, is only able to recall things for a number of hours before they disappear from his memory after he suffered brain damage in a horror smash. 2Daniel Schmidt was able to find love and have a baby despite suffering anterograde amnesiaCredit: Arte 2He suffered brain damage in a horror crash six years agoCredit: Arte He was on he way to see his sister when his car was struck by another driver on a motorway six years ago. "I was on the motorway. There was a traffic jam and I was the last one to join it," he said in the documentary Living Without Memory. "I was sitting there and then a car came up behind me, it was a big seven-seater with a young family inside, and the driver didn't see the traffic jam at all. "He smashed into me at over...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- One of the most inspiring stories of 9/11 involves a firefighter whose shift at a firehouse had just ended when he heard about the attack.Stephen Siller had just left his firehouse, Squad 1 in Brooklyn, to play golf with his brothers."He heard on the radio scanner that the towers were hit, so what do firefighters do, they go right at the danger," his brother Frank Siller said.Siller strapped on 60 pounds of fire gear and ran almost two miles through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the burning towers."To help and to save, he went up West Street and we believe in the south tower," Siller said.Stephen, a father of five, never made it home. He was one of the 343 FDNY members who died."Just like he came out of the tunnel to help, we want to come out as a family we decided we didn't want to stay in that dark place, we wanted to do good in his memory and the memory of all those who perished that day," Siller said.Stephen's family created the...
    NEW YORK -- There are New York Knicks fans, and then there's Anthony Donahue. He's been to every home game for more than 20 years but it's not just his love of the game that keeps him going. "When I had met her, I had never even touched a baby, to be honest. And I fell in love with her." When Anthony's little sister Gianna was born, a special bond formed between them that he would cherish for years to come.But while the two were inseparable, in 2010, Anthony's family received news that changed everything. At just 10 years old, Gianna was diagnosed with brain cancer. That's when the Knicks community rallied around them and the hashtag #WinForGianna was born. When Gianna sadly lost her battle to cancer in 2019, the Knicks community supported Anthony and his family in some of their darkest times and continues to do so to this day.As the Knicks enjoy one of their best seasons to date, Anthony doesn't think it's just a coincidence. "There's only one thing that she knew could make me smile,...
    Joanne Graves Carol Clark is one of 44 people in Canada who developed a mysterious brain disease. She stutters, has memory loss, and lost a significant amount of weight.  There are no known causes of the disease, but researchers are investigating.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. At first, Carol Clark, 75, had flu-like symptoms and rapidly lost weight. Now she forgets long conversations she had a just a few days prior, according to her daughter, Joanne Graves.  Clark is one of 44 people in Canada's New Brunswick province to have developed a mysterious brain disorder that's  suspected to have caused six deaths, Dr. Alier Marrero, a neurologist leading New Brunswick's investigation, told the BBC.  The cluster of cases became public in March when Radio-Canada and CBC got a leaked memo from health officials sent to local doctors. The memo alerted doctors to be aware of patients showing symptoms of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, including blurred vision, hallucinations, or disorientation. While the mysterious disorder bears similarities to Creutzfeldt-Jakob, it's not the same disease.  There's no known cause or treatment....
    There are few certainties in life: Death, taxes, and turning your computer off and on when there’s a problem. This advice is usually the first tip you get from friends, family, and tech support. Rebooting your computer helps keep it running smoothly. It clears the memory, stopping any tasks that are eating up RAM. Even if you’ve closed an app, it could still tap your memory. A reboot can also fix peripheral and hardware issues. If your computer is still running slow, this one insider trick could definitely help. So, how often should you be rebooting your computer? Let’s take a look at how rebooting can impact your system and when exactly you should be doing it.Give your computer a fresh startWe recommend that you shut down your computer at least once a week. A reboot process returns everything to its bootup state, from your computer's CPU to its memory. Many people will shut down their computer by holding in the power button. This way may cause additional problems. Tap or click here to see how to restart your PC...
    Do you remember what exactly you did today a year ago, how you dressed, who you were with and what was the most important news? People with hyperthymesia can perfectly remember every day of their life for as long as they can remember. Most people can accurately remember every detail of the current week: where they went, how they were dressed, what they ate and the feelings that accompanied them during the last days. This clarity to evoke the immediate past fades as the days, weeks and months go by, to the point that it is almost impossible to remember the events of the weekend of three months ago or the weather of the last three Fridays. Except when it comes to events with a deep emotional impact. In this case, most can accurately remember photographic what you were doing when your child was born, the moment a natural disaster struck, or your wedding day, no matter how decades have passed. Photo: . It may interest you: The blood test that promises to...
    White VA employees twice as likely as Black workers to be promoted, union says Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: HPE, Intuitive Surgical, Marten Transport & more Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gadgets of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/27 SLIDES © Getty Images Everyone has a game they'd rather not remember Ah, October. For many fans, the coolness of the fall weather is a reminder of big home runs and final outs in years gone by. But the month can also bring painful reminders of big errors, blown saves and history-shifting losses. We took a...
    El Día de los Muertos is still weeks away, but during these strange times, losses are constantly with us. Every day feels like it could be Day of the Dead. And this weekend, you'll have two special opportunities to not only remember what you've lost, but celebrate the spirit of healing and resilience. The first opens today, October 9, at the History Colorado Center, 1200 Broadway, where History Colorado and the Chicano Humanities and Arts Council have partnered on a community ofrenda. Anyone can visit this community altar, leave a tribute to a loved one, perhaps create a paper flower to add to the display. Educator Arlette Lucero organized the project, which features work by artists Cal Duran and Mark Martinez Luna. "Día de los Muertos is a valuable opportunity for us to come together to honor and remember our loved ones who came before us. It also exemplifies the strength that we can draw from our proud traditions," says Governor Jared Polis. "In both grief and courage, Coloradans are all in this together." You don't have to visit...
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