103-year-old woman in Wuhan becomes the oldest person to recover from coronavirus

As the coronavirus crisis continues to brew around the world, there’s hope for the elderly as 103-year-old Zhang Guangfen from Wuhan, China, has been sent home after a six-day treatment at the hospital . Guangfen was exposed to the virus in her home city of Wuhan, where the COVID-19 pandemic is said to have originated. As reported by Chinese media outlet Chutian Metropolis Daily, she was diagnosed at Liyuan Hospital, Tongji Medical College, and due to her age, she was immediately hospitalized. Many health authorities believe that the elderly and persons with underlying medical conditions do…

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Effects Of Cell Phone On Children

All kids around the globe use their parent’s cell phones to watch TV, play games, watch YouTube videos, make phone calls and send text messages. Many older kids and teens have their own cell phone which they are attached to all day and all night. But the question is, are there any risks to such frequent use of cell phones? And if there is, is the risk different than the risk for adult people? A scientific research found out that all the cell phones produce a type of radiation called…

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Heartbreaking Photos Show Young Kangaroo Seeking Help From Boy As Australia Fires Grow

The current crisis in Australia has brought the death of millions mammals, birds, and reptiles, including 9,000 koalas. People from all around the world are shocked and petrified by the horrors that are not stopping several mounts. Heartbreaking photos of injured animals have broken the hearts of millions of people worldwide. Recent heart-rendering pictures of a dehydrated and badly burnt young kangaroo seeking help from a teenage boy, who doused the marsupial with water and gave it a bowl to drink from. The bushfires have destroyed regions that include parts…

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Popular Cosmetic Line Chooses Young Woman With Down Syndrome As Ambassador

Over the past few years, beauty standards and expectations have changed a lot, and numerous companies are joining the efforts to break the classic ideal of beauty. One of those companies is Benefit Cosmetics, who has chosen someone with Down syndrome to be one of the faces of their marketing campaign and the brand as a whole. Benefit Cosmetics is known for its bestselling Hoola Bronzer, Porefessional Primer and They’re Real! Mascara, and it is trying to make the beauty industry a more inclusive and diverse world. This 20-year-old beauty from Ireland had a dream to become…

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Parents Warning About Popcorn Goes Viral After Their Son Was Admitted Into Surgery

Americans cannot imagine a family movie night without popcorn, but, a family in Colorado recently found out the hard way that it’s not a good snack for young children. Nicole and Jake Goddard have three children. The family enjoys a movie night together every week, always accompanied by a big bowl of popcorn.  Their youngest child, two-year-old Nash began to choke. He started making some gagging noises, but then it breathing normally again, and his parents assumed he has swallowed it, as they didn’t see any popcorn come out. Unfortunately,…

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Princess Diana once stopped at a cemetery to comfort a woman crying at her dead son’s grave

She may be gone, but her humbleness and legacy will remain forever. The very well-known and celebrated Princess of Wales still inspires the world even though she lost her life over 20 years ago. Until this day we hear stories of her inspiring kindness and uniqueness and these stories remind us why she came to be known as “The People’s Princess”. Diana always knew that no land was too far and there was no boundary too great to be crossed in the name of helping the ones in need. This…

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Meet Wiley, The Cutest Dalmatian Dog With A Heart On His Nose

We believe that everyone who saw a picture of Wiley the Dalmatian immediately fell in love with him. This adorable puppy has a heart-shaped mark on his little nose. Wiley is 1-year old doggy and has over 120k Instagram followers. His human guardian, the 26-year old Lexi Smith is claiming that all those pictures all over the Internet cannot fully capture his entire cuteness and uniqueness. Lexi says that her best friend is 54 pounds of clumsy, cuddly, curious and goofy love. Lexi lives in Colorado with her family and…

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Female Dragonflies Fake Their Death To Avoid Males

Every person has experienced one of those nights when their partner comes to bed and for some reason they decide to roll on the other side and avoid talking or doing some other stuff. These species, female dragonflies, take this kind of rejection to a whole new level.  They fake their own death to avoid having any kind of interaction with all the aggressive males out there. A group of scientists recently caught this behavior on camera. It all happened while observing these species in the Swiss Alps. The video…

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Against All Odds, Couple With Down Syndrome Celebrates 24-Years Wedding Anniversary

These days, it seems much more difficult to attain a happy marriage, and we see and hear about divorces of people all around us. People still believe that people with Down’s Syndrome are not able to take care of themselves, and that a marriage between two lovers with special needs will be very difficult to maintain. The marriage of Maryanne and Tommy Pilling was the first one in the United Kingdom. At first, they were greeted with criticism and skepticism, but their love and dedication proved everyone wrong. They saw…

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Blue Macaw Parrot From The Movie ‘Rio’ Is Now Officially Extinct

Do you all remember Blue? The blue macaw from the animated movie Rio who always thought that he was the last one of his species. Well, at the end, it turned out that he was always right. He always knew something was wrong since the blue macaw parrots were declared endangered about 7 years ago and at this point, they are officially extinct in the wild. According to a study done by BirdLife International, this kind of bird (also known as the Spix’s macaw) can no longer be seen in…

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