Category Archives: Positive Stories

Cheetah cubs get ‘nanny’ dog at Cincinnati Zoo

A nursery dog is stepping in to help nurse five cheetah cubs Five cheetah cubs were born by C-section on March 8th in Ohio, a difficult birth that caused the mother, Willow, to pass away in labor. Blakely the dog is an unlikely nanny for a litter of jungle cats, but the Cincinnati Zoo had to think…
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4 Year Old With Alert Helps Save This Tiny Poor Kitten

4 Year Old With Alert Helps Save This Tiny Poor Kitten On a heavy rainy day, this boy was on his way to pre-school. Suddenly he heard some strange kitty meowing. He immediately decided to alert the passersby . He was the real hero in saving this kitty! Firefighter Captain Mitch Boyette and Daryle Harris…
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Manny Pacquiao Builds 1,000 Homes For Poor Filipinos

After earning millions for fighting Floyd Mayweather, the boxer and politician, Manny Pacquiao used a portion of his earnings to construct homes for 1,000 poor families in his hometown. Manny Pacquiao is more than a world-class athlete or a Filipino politician. He’s a compassionate activist who paid for 1,000 homes to be built to help…
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Cannabis Oil Cures 3 Year Old Boy Of Cancer

In Utah, cannabis oil is not an available option for the treatment of illnesses. Next door in Colorado, however, it is. This glaring contrast has led many of patient to travel the distance to find relief, and for one little boy, it has saved his life. Now his family is another of hundreds or medical…
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Cuban Lung Cancer Vaccine Gets FDA Approval

The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a US clinical trial of a lung cancer vaccine developed in Cuba. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the approval on October 26 at a press conference at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, where the trial will be conducted. Already produced in Cuba for $1…
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7-year-old boy buys pony with lemonade stand money

A seven-year-old budding entrepreneur's dream of owning a pony has come true after three years' hard work. Sabastian Lucas from Scarborough, north of Brisbane, set up a business selling lemonade out the front of his family's home to raise the funds needed to buy his new pet. Sabastian's lemonade was made the traditional way, with lemon…
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8 Amazing Kids Who Have Changed Our World

Reality television and social media make oversharing a rite of passage in modern life, yet sometimes the important moments get lost in the cacophony. Take for example these child visionaries — boys and girls who have changed our world through their good actions or examples. Some have mobilized millions for a good cause. Others have…
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British Man Cured of HIV with New Two-Part HIV Treatment

A London man may have become the world’s first person to be cured of HIV in a scientific breakthrough. Tests have shown the virus has vanished from the blood of the 44-year-old man who was previously HIV positive. The social worker is one of 50 people trialling a new treatment for the disease designed by a…
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World’s first baby born of three parents baby technique

The world’s first three parents baby has been born. Scientists revealed the birth of a baby boy, now five months old, using DNA from three parents. Fertility experts hailed the breakthrough as “great news and a huge deal” for the future of reproduction. But they expressed concern that it was only achieved because US scientists crossed the…
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Gamechanger : A Battery Than Can Last A Lifetime

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, have accidentally invented a nanowire-based battery capable of lasting 400 times longer than some of the best-performing batteries currently on the market. Batteries make use of lithium to carry and hold electric charge, however, there is a major downfall to lithium-ion batteries. Every time the battery gets charged…
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Ways To Stay Motivated While Working From Home

Ways To Stay Motivated While Working From Home How to Keep up the Self-Motivation While Working From Home In the modern world, working from home has become a common thing. It is one of the very convenient and effective ways to be in a gainful employment. If you are a self-motivated person it is the…
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8 Pets Who Rescued Their Humans

8 Pets Who Rescued Their Humans We know how fiercely loyal dogs can be, jumping into action if their human companions find themselves in an emergency. But it doesn’t necessarily take a canine to save lives when the chips are down. Check out eight furry—and feathery—friends who made sure their owners lived to see another day. 1.…
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Giant Panda No Longer Endangered

The giant panda, long the face of the conservation movement, has been taken off the endangered species list by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The group's Red List of Threatened Species tracks the global conservation status of the world's species. The giant panda has experienced an increase in habitat in China, which…
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Wind Power Generated 106% of Scotland’s Energy Needs

As winds battered Scotland at speeds of up to 185 kilometers per hour (115 mph) over the weekend, the renewable energy sector hit a major milestone. For the entirety of Sunday, the northern nation was powered solely by wind turbines, which is the first time on record that wind power has generated more electricity than the…
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