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Month: February 2020

3 brothers under age 5 all battling cancer, let’s show them our support

February 24, 2020

An Atlanta, Georgia family is presently confronting a unimaginably extreme fight, every one of the three of their children have retinoblastoma, an uncommon eye cancer. Their most youthful is just a half year old and he just began a half year of chemotherapy. Posted by Carter Strong on Monday, 13 January 2020 Five years back, Angie […]

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Girl with Down syndrome, who doctors told mom to put in an institution, becomes top model They had it so wrong.

February 24, 2020

Praising diversity and the contrasts between individuals on the planet ought to be guaranteed, paying little mind to what country or society you live in. Recently endeavors have been made to advance consideration in the numerous different backgrounds. A few zones have discovered more accomplishment than others, sure, however the general message is clear: since […]

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Pediatricians Say Kids Need Simple Toys, Not iPads And Electronics

February 22, 2020

Pediatricians have found that the best toys for kids’ healthy development are the exact opposite of trendy and expensive Just in time for the holidays, the American Association of Pediatricians (AAP) has released an updated report about the best toys for childhood development – and there’s nary a screen or battery to be seen in […]

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Woman captures once-in-a-lifetime ‘Eye of the storm’ moment during storm Ciara

February 22, 2020

In February, Storm Ciara storm cleared across Europe and attacked numerous countries. The storm especially touched the UK and Ireland, before devastating the north coast of Europe. Many took the risk to encounter direct the strong intensity of the weather; TV pictures demonstrated how individuals remained on the shore looking as the storm hit beaches […]

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Heroic 5-year-old carries sister out of burning home, then rushes back to help save 7 other family memebers

February 18, 2020

A five-year-old boy is being hailed a hero after he woke up to flames next to his bed Sunday morning and made sure his family of nine escaped. “I picked Lily up, got to the window with Lily, got the dog and got out,” Noah Woods, 5, told WSBTV. “That’s it.” But he did so […]

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Man starts singing “The Prayer” – 90 seconds in his voice changes and it goes viral

February 18, 2020

There are certain songs out there that are supremely difficult to cover, even when you have both a male and female vocalist. “The Prayer” is one of these songs, and yet Marcelito Pomoy is able to do both sides justice … all by himself. Capable of singing both soprano and tenor pieces, it’s no small […]

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These 4 foods that come from China, remove them your homes and do not consume them at all!

February 17, 2020

Foods from China have in some cases been and are a problem. Every supplier wants to become wealthy fast and do not follow any rules. The US has made enough efforts to inform the public that food from China can be dangerous. FDA inspectors say you have to be careful. The 4 main products imported […]

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Autistic boy fails many exams – Then teacher sends parents letter that’s winning everyone’s hearts

February 16, 2020

The vast majority of people can remember having an extraordinary educator in school, one who caused them to feel commendable and ready to accomplish incredible things. There are some mind boggling teachers who go far in excess of what was required to guarantee that a struggling student is perceived for their strong sides and that […]

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Let’s Quit Brainwashing Kids That It’s A College Degree Or Nothing

February 13, 2020

What number of individuals feel like a “disappointment” since they didn’t pass good marks, graduate with a professional education, or get formal “training?” It is the ideal opportunity for us all to understand that individuals who don’t do extraordinary in school or head off to college are similarly as significant, similarly as great, and similarly […]

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Let’s Applaud This Young Savior With Down’s Syndrome, Who Jumped In Sea To Save Drowning Girls

February 13, 2020

The drive to spare others when they’re most in danger is courageous and heroic. Frequently, acts of these are not something that we hear often. At the point when we’re confronted with danger, however, it’s relatively few who can beat the instinct to panic or freeze. Meet one youngster with zero panic issues. Valerio Catoia […]

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