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    Photo of Man Holding Baby for a Stranger While She Does Paperwork is Melting Hearts Across the Internet

    This older man is being praised across the internet for his heartwarming display of kindness towards a mother who had her hands full last week.

    Natasha Crittenden Wilson snapped a photo of the senior adoringly cradling a sleeping boy while his mother filled out paperwork in the waiting room of a doctor’s office in Florence, Alabama.

    “She goes to sit down, and you could just hear thinking, ‘Now how am I going to do this?’” Wilson told Inside Edition. “Just then, from across the room, an elderly man piped up, ‘Could I hold that baby for you?’ And the mother, beaming, replied ‘Yes, that would be amazing.’”

    The man, who was later identified as Joe Hale, happily cradled the little boy while West filled out the paperwork unencumbered.


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    In ‘Freakish Miracle’, Man’s Change of Fishing Spot Results in Rescuing 18-Month-old From the Ocean

    Two weeks ago, Gus Hutt woke up in the early hours of the morning so he could set up his fishing lines on Matata Beach in Whakatane.

    Though he usually walks directly to the shoreline from Murphy’s Holiday Camp site, he decided to set up his fishing poles 350 feet (100 meters) away from his normal spot on the sands.

    As he was monitoring his lines, however, he noticed something floating about 50 feet (15 meters) away from his rod. At first, he thought it was a doll – but as he pulled it from the water, he realized that it was a child after it “gave a small squeak.”

    “He was floating at a steady pace with a rip in the water. If I hadn’t been there, or if I had just been a minute later I wouldn’t have seen him,” Hutt told the New Zealand Herald. “He was bloody lucky, but he just wasn’t meant to go; it wasn’t his time.”

    According to BBC, it had been the boy’s first time at the beach. In his excitement to explore the area, he had unzipped his parents’ tent while they were asleep and crawled out onto the sands. Fortunately, his distance from the shoreline suggests that he wasn’t in the water for very long before Hutt saw him.

    “He was wriggling trying to get down to have a look at everything, he was just a lovely, cheeky little fella,” he told the Herald.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    In ‘Freakish Miracle’, Man’s Change of Fishing Spot Results in Rescuing 18-Month-old From the Ocean

    Two weeks ago, Gus Hutt woke up in the early hours of the morning so he could set up his fishing lines on Matata Beach in Whakatane.

    Though he usually walks directly to the shoreline from Murphy’s Holiday Camp site, he decided to set up his fishing poles 350 feet (100 meters) away from his normal spot on the sands.

    As he was monitoring his lines, however, he noticed something floating about 50 feet (15 meters) away from his rod. At first, he thought it was a doll – but as he pulled it from the water, he realized that it was a child after it “gave a small squeak.”

    “He was floating at a steady pace with a rip in the water. If I hadn’t been there, or if I had just been a minute later I wouldn’t have seen him,” Hutt told the New Zealand Herald. “He was bloody lucky, but he just wasn’t meant to go; it wasn’t his time.”

    According to BBC, it had been the boy’s first time at the beach. In his excitement to explore the area, he had unzipped his parents’ tent while they were asleep and crawled out onto the sands. Fortunately, his distance from the shoreline suggests that he wasn’t in the water for very long before Hutt saw him.

    “He was wriggling trying to get down to have a look at everything, he was just a lovely, cheeky little fella,” he told the Herald.
    Whatever is true. Whatever is noble. Whatever is right. Whatever is lovely. Whatever is admirable. Anything of excellence and worthy of praise. Dwell on these things. Jesus Christ (I agree)

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    The Library of Congress Now Lets You Stream and Download Hundreds of Century-old Film Footage for Free

    The Library of Congress has unveiled a new collection of historic movies and video footage that can be streamed or downloaded by the public for free.

    The library’s online National Screening Room contains 299 films, commercials, news clips, and documentaries, some of which were donated by Thomas Edison.

    Subjects range from 1904 films of Coney Island, scenes from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, a natural ice bridge that formed over Niagara Falls, old parades, everyday people, and Teddy Roosevelt in 1907.

    The library reportedly owns 1.6 million pieces of moving picture material, making it the largest collection in the world. With their currently-published selection of material spanning from 1890 to 1999—and more content added to the collection on a monthly basis.

    “The goal of this digital project is to present the public with a broad range of historical and cultural audio-visual materials that will enrich education, scholarship and lifelong learning,” said curator Mike Mashon, head of the Library’s Moving Image Section.

    “The National Screening Room is designed to open up the Library’s collections, making otherwise unavailable movies freely accessible to viewers nationwide and around the world,” he added.

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    Once Thought to Be Extinct, First Ever Photograph of the Tree-Kangaroo Proves Its Survival

    Botanist and wildlife enthusiast Michael Smith had been wandering throughout Indonesia, Kurdistan and Pakistan in the hopes of finding rare rhododendrons, tulips, and orchids, but what he wound up discovering was perhaps even more significant.

    After coincidentally hearing about the Wondiwoi tree-kangaroo while exploring the New Guinea mountain range, Smith organized an expedition up the mountain, and through the dense forest to see if he could spot one of these elusive creatures.

    After days of unsuccessful searching and with no sight of the kangaroo, Smith and his team began heading back down the mountain; and that was when Smith’s guide spotted something in the tree-line above. Roughly 90 feet above the ground was the Wondiwoi, nestled in the branches of a tree, peeking its head out from the canopy. Smith, shocked and shaking with excitement, grabbed his camera and managed to snap the first known photo of the Wondiwoi to ever be taken.

    What is even more significant is that Smith and his team’s account of multiple scratch marks and dung in the area suggest that there is a thriving population of Wondiwois, limited to a small area in the forest.

    After sharing his findings with kangaroo experts, the photo has been confirmed as authentic, and certified as proof that the once-rumored Wondiwoi species is still persisting.


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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Speaking of babies...


    Photo of Man Holding Baby for a Stranger While She Does Paperwork is Melting Hearts Across the Internet

    This older man is being praised across the internet for his heartwarming display of kindness towards a mother who had her hands full last week.

    Natasha Crittenden Wilson snapped a photo of the senior adoringly cradling a sleeping boy while his mother filled out paperwork in the waiting room of a doctor’s office in Florence, Alabama.

    “She goes to sit down, and you could just hear thinking, ‘Now how am I going to do this?’” Wilson told Inside Edition. “Just then, from across the room, an elderly man piped up, ‘Could I hold that baby for you?’ And the mother, beaming, replied ‘Yes, that would be amazing.’”

    The man, who was later identified as Joe Hale, happily cradled the little boy while West filled out the paperwork unencumbered.

    yeah, that's very sweet...
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    When Homeless Man Finds Artwork That Sells for Thousands, Man Tracks Him Down to Split the Earnings


    A homeless man’s life is taking a turn for the better thanks to a piece of art that he had found in the trash.

    Adam, a Canadian man who has been sleeping on the streets of Edmonton, Alberta, first found the piece of art while he was dumpster diving.

    He had uncovered a rare and authenticated frame from Disney’s animated film Bambi. After uncovering the illustration, he sold it to Alex Archbold at Commodity Inc. for $20.

    It seems that neither Archbold, nor Adam, knew exactly what they had found until the artwork later sold on eBay for $3,700. Instead of keeping the earnings for himself, however, Archbold decided to track down the homeless man and split the earnings.

    “Getting him the money was difficult because he has no home and no phone number,” Archbold told CBC. “I took it upon myself to drive around town for a period of two weeks every single morning before work to try and find him. I found two of his friends; they told me that when they saw him next they would tell him to come in. And sure enough, he walked in my door.”

    “He’s a very humble and nice man, and he was silent. He was tearing up a little bit. He said, ‘Is this a joke? Is this for real?‘ And I said, ‘It’s 100 per cent for real,’” Archbold told the radio station.

    Adam, who has been living on the streets for over 3 years, is currently staying in a motel until he can make his way home to London, Ontario so he can reunite with his mother and 4 children. As a means of helping his new friend, Archbold set up a GoFundMe page for Adam; and it has already exceeded its $10,000 goal.

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    Oh yes this is balancing out some of the bad news out there...
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    Drug That Can Stop a Dozen ‘Untreatable’ Cancers Gets Approval—And Company Vows to Help Every Patient Afford It

    The FDA has just approved a first-of-its-kind drug that can target and treat over a dozen different kinds of cancers based on a common gene, rather than its location in the body.

    Larotrectinib is an oral drug that received accelerated breakthrough status after it displayed remarkable success in treating adult and pediatric cancers that currently have no satisfactory alternative treatments or have progressed following treatment.

    This is the second ever FDA-approved drug that treats cancers based on a certain genetic trait, regardless of the patient’s age or cancer type, and it is the first drug to ever treat cancers that contain the specific NTRK gene that is present in several common forms of adult cancer and many forms of rare pediatric cancers.

    “In some cancers, a part of the TRK gene has become attached to another gene, which is called a fusion. When this occurs, it leads to the TRK gene being turned on when it’s not supposed to be and that causes the cells to grow uncontrollably,” said Dr. Ted Laetsch, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at UT Southwestern’s Simmons Cancer Center. “What’s unique about the drug is it is very selective; it only blocks TRK receptors.”


    The drug is currently being marketed by Bayer under the brand name Vitrakvi. Though the wholesale acquisition cost of the drug is $32,800 for a 30-day supply, the company has taken several steps to ensure that every patient who needs the life-saving medication will have affordable access.

    For starters, the company insists that because the bulk of insurance companies will be covering the costs, most patients will only have to pay about $20 or less out-of-pocket. If there are complications with the insurance coverage, Bayer will help with expensive co-pays or provide the medication to the patient for free while the details are worked out.

    If all else fails, then the company will connect the patient with a Bayer-funded charity that provides the drug free of charge.

    Additionally, Bayer’s Vitrakvi Commitment Program states that if a patient does not show a response to the drug within 90 days, then they will refund the cost of the medication to the insurance company or government program, according to Forbes.

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    After Dedicating 16 Years of His Life to Mangroves, Man Has Helped to Plant 2 Million Trees[/COLOR]

    Mangrove trees are an essential source of resources for humans and animals alike – and despite how deforestation has put the trees in a precarious position, one man has dedicated his entire life to protecting them.

    Douglas Thisera, also known as the “Mangrove Master”, has planted over 2 million mangrove saplings across his home country of Sri Lanka in a bid to preserve the precious foliage.

    Thisera first learned about the importance of mangroves when he began work as a fisherman at 11 years old. All of the crabs, shrimp and fish that he depended on for his own livelihood depended on mangroves as their source of food and shelter.


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    Fearless Uber Driver Stops Mid-Trip to Scoop Up Injured Hawk and Save It From the Highway

    This red-tailed hawk is no small bird of prey – but that didn’t stop a courageous Uber driver from lending a hand when he saw that it was injured on the side of a major highway earlier this month.

    58-year-old Kasim Eldilemi was in the middle of driving a passenger across the FDR Drive when he spotted the distressed hawk on the shoulder of the Manhattan road.

    Though some motorists were content to take pictures of the taloned creature from their windows, Eldilemi stopped his car so he could scoop the bird into his arms.

    “I tell it, ‘Look, I’m going to save you,’” he added. “The bird just looked at me, like, friendly.”

    Eldilemi then drove all the way to Brooklyn with the bird held firmly in one arm. True to his word, he dropped off his human passenger before flagging down a police officer and handing off the bird.

    The officer put the hawk into a cage and transported it to the Wild Bird Fund of New York City. The hawk, which had likely been hurt from flying into a car or skyscraper, was named Taxi after rescuers mistakenly thought that she was rescued by a cab driver.


    Taxi spent four days in recovery before she was deemed to be in good health and was released back into the wild from Central Park.

    Uber was quick to praise their courageous driver for rescuing the bird, saying: “Uber’s driver-partners do incredible things every day … but we’re particularly amazed by Kasim who ensured the hawk was safe.”

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    Instead of Buying New Car, Retired Paramedic Spends $40K on Overdose Prevention Kits and Already Saved 94 Lives


    Back in January 2017, retired firefighter and paramedic Luis Garcia had been planning on using the $40,000 in his savings account to buy a new luxury SUV – but then he heard about a groundbreaking new medication that could be used to save overdose patients.

    Garcia, who spent 28 years answering 911 calls, responded to thousands of calls following drug overdoses. Upon hearing about the FDA’s approval of the Narcan nasal spray, he knew that he wanted to help deliver the medication to as many people and communities as he possibly could.

    The 52-year-old retiree then started a GoFundMe campaign to continue raising money for more Narcan kits. Since he created the page one year ago, it has raised $30,000.

    Over the course of the last five months, Garcia has used the money to host dozens of public awareness classes across Florida and doll out over 1,000 doses of Narcan. According to the ex-firefighter, 94 of those doses have already been used to save someone’s life.

    Even more admirable, since Garcia often spends his free time listening to a police scanner, he has rushed to the scene of 11 overdoses as a civilian so he could offer his own supply of Narcan to resuscitate the victims.

    Garcia now hopes to start a nonprofit so he can buy two doses of Narcan for $75, rather than for $50 a pop.


    I don't know about the rest of the world but we have a big opioid problem here.

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    Cheap, Electric Bandages Speed Up Healing Process From Two Weeks to Three Days

    Engineers have developed a new, low-cost bandage that speeds up healing times from nearly two weeks to just three days.

    The method, which was developed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, leverages energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical pulses at the site of an injury.

    Researchers have known for several decades that electricity can be beneficial for skin healing, but most electrotherapy units in use today require bulky electrical equipment and complicated wiring to deliver powerful jolts of electricity.

    “Acute and chronic wounds represent a substantial burden in healthcare worldwide,” says collaborator Angela Gibson, professor of surgery at UW-Madison and a burn surgeon and director of wound healing services at UW Health. “The use of electrical stimulation in wound healing is uncommon.”

    “Our device is as convenient as a bandage you put on your skin,” says Wang.

    The new dressings consist of small electrodes for the injury site that are linked to a band holding energy-harvesting units called nanogenerators, which are looped around a wearer’s torso. The natural expansion and contraction of the wearer’s ribcage during breathing powers the nanogenerators, which deliver low-intensity electric pulses.

    “The nature of these electrical pulses is similar to the way the body generates an internal electric field,” says Wang.

    If the team is successful, the devices could help solve a major challenge for modern medicine – and because the nanogenerators consist of relatively common materials, price won’t be an issue.

    “We think our nanogenerator could be the most effective electrical stimulation approach for many therapeutic purposes,” says Wang. “I don’t think the cost will be much more than a regular bandage. The device in itself is very simple and convenient to fabricate.”

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    Man Postpones Retirement to Save Reefs After He Accidentally Discovers How to Make Coral Grow 40 Times Faster

    One man’s happy accident has brought new hope to the recovery of coral reefs around the world.

    Dr. David Vaughan stumbled upon the groundbreaking discovery as he was working with corals at the Mote Marine Laboratory in Florida. He had been trying to remove a coral from the bottom of a tank when it broke into a dozen pieces.

    To his shock, all of the pieces regrew to the same size in just three short weeks, as opposed to the three years it had taken to grow the original coral.

    Ordinarily, it takes coral reefs between 25 to 75 years to reach sexual maturity. This means that it can take up to 6 years just to plant 600 coral – but Vaughan’s process of breaking up corals for reproduction, which is called “micro-fragmenting”, helps them to grow 40 times faster than they do in the wild.

    CHECK OUT: Sea Urchins Save Coral Reefs That Humans Nearly Strangled

    Furthermore, their tests showed that it works with every single species of coral found in the Florida Reef.

    In fact, the method is so efficient, the researchers are reportedly producing coral faster than they can get tanks to hold them.

    Vaughan’s team now plans on planting 100,000 corals on the Florida Reef Track by 2019. The researchers also plan on sharing their method with conservationists around the world so they can collectively plant one million corals within the next few years.

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    Cheap, Electric Bandages Speed Up Healing Process From Two Weeks to Three Days

    Engineers have developed a new, low-cost bandage that speeds up healing times from nearly two weeks to just three days.

    The method, which was developed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, leverages energy generated from a patient’s own body motions to apply gentle electrical pulses at the site of an injury.

    Researchers have known for several decades that electricity can be beneficial for skin healing, but most electrotherapy units in use today require bulky electrical equipment and complicated wiring to deliver powerful jolts of electricity.
    I am sure some here read some info on my thread here about PEMF

    https://jandeane81.com/showthread.ph...-Field-Therapy

    This technology is great news all the way around. In my own experience, my dog Megan is now having a much happier life. She runs and ranges, digs and in general is feeling really great.

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    Good Samaritan Couple Reunites Frantic Father With Diaper Bag Containing Passports and $5,000 in Cash

    A young Californian couple was stunned to find a lost diaper bag filled with cash and important documents – but instead of keeping the money for themselves or just giving the bag to city officials, they insisted on tracking down the frantic owner immediately.

    The bag belonged to a Vietnamese man who had spent the evening looking at Christmas lights with his wife and baby daughter in Long Beach, California. He originally set the bag down on the sidewalk so they could take a picture together in front of a holiday display – but after they snapped the photo, he forgot to pick it back up again.

    Later the same evening, 24-year-old Gabriel Ruiz and his girlfriend Gabriela Jauregui had just finished taking a picture in front of the very same display when they turned around and saw the bag on the sidewalk.

    Inside the bag, they found the family’s passports, but the names were written in Vietnamese. The couple then opened up one of the wallets only to find $5,000 in cash.

    Even the thought of having that much money made Jauregui and Ruiz determined to track down the owners—so they brought the bag back to their apartment and stayed up all night trying to find some way to contact the family.

    The next morning, Jauregui and Ruiz found a small compartment inside of the bag that contained the anxious man’s contact details. Upon calling the number and having him describe the bag, they happily reunited the bag with the family.

    Needless to say, the father was overwhelmed with gratitude and relief.

    “All I can say is thank you, thank you,” the man told the couple. “You just saved my life.”

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