This toddler had skull surgery just 48 hours before this triumphant video was taken. Branson Figueroa's mother says she shared it to show his fighting spirit. Branson had a condition called craniosynostosis, which means the bones in the skull closed before the brain finished forming. It can cause the brain to push against the skull as it grows. Heather Figueroa says parts of Branson’s head didn’t look even and he was having trouble sleeping. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
This Philadelphian is making competitive weightlifting affordable and accessible to the children of their community.
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