If you were dying tomorrow, what do you think you would regret most? What would you look back on and wish you had done differently, given another try?

A nurse who spent many years working in palliative care - spending day after day with people in the last 3-12 weeks of life - shed some light on this recently.

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Jose Serrano, 10, of Juarez, Mexico, is seeking an unusual course of treatment for the giant neck tumor that his inhibiting his health and life: Viagra.

Yes, the pill responsible for reinvigorating the sex lives of countless men could also help give a young, tumor-stricken boy a chance at a normal life.

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At some point we'll stop freaking out about boobs, right? Please say yes.

Bobbi Bockoras, a breastfeeding mother in Alleghany, PA, is filing a suit against her employer Saint Gobain Verallia, a glass-bottling factory, alleging repeated discrimination and harassment because she needs time during the day to be able to express breastmilk for her infant daughter.

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It's officially cold/flu season, and if you're feeling a bit under the weather like this kid's teacher, prepare to be enlightened by the get well note he authored.

In addition to being a nice gesture, wishing his instructor a speedy recovery, the note offers some simple, yet profound advice to cute what ails you:

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Gretchen Holt-Witt of Califon, N.J., was relieved when son Liam's neuroblastoma, a form of nerve cancer, was in remission after treatment in 2007.

"We were so grateful his cancer was gone, we felt it was important to give back," says Holt-Witt, who held a bake sale for pediatric cancer research.

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