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  • Meet Blessing Fire, the Breakdance Ace Who Uses a Wheelchair

    Born with a leg deformity, Blessing Fire from Zimbabwe was told by the doctors that it would be impossible for him to stand or walk like a “normal child”. With a metal pin holding his leg together, nobody thought he could do much physical activity. However, all these things didn’t stop him from pursuing his passion

    LifeLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • Hero Son Carried His Mom Down 24 Floors to Save Her from Grenfell Tower Fire

    24-year-old mechanical engineering graduate, Shekeb Neda managed to save his disabled mother, Flora, by carrying her on his back down 24 flights of stairs inside the burning Grenfell Tower in London. According to a report by Mirror, the mother who is suffering from a muscle disease collapsed on the floor when black smoke started entering

    LifeLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • How Well Do You Know The Movie ‘Top Gun’?

    EntertainmentLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • Clever Pill Bottle Lid Could Hopefully Hinder Prescription Drug Abuse

    Based on a 2013 NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) survey, a whopping $78.5 billion is lost to prescription opioid abuse. In addition, NIDA also confirmed that almost 18,000 deaths have been reported in 2015 as having been caused by prescription opioid pain reliever overdose. With these alarming statistics in mind, modern technology has just recently

    NewsLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • Hospital Celebrates “Graduation Day” for Babies Leaving NICU

    Having a newborn baby stay in the NICU for months is extremely difficult not only for the family but for the baby as well, which is why a CaroMont Health hospital makes sure to celebrate whenever a baby leaves NICU by holding a special graduation ceremony. The graduation day ceremony includes a homemade graduation cap

    LifeLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • 2-Year-Old Girl Mistook a Bride for a Real-Life Princess

    A little girl whose favorite book features a beautiful princess dressed in a white gown was thrilled to see her favorite character come to life in her Seattle neighborhood last February. The “princess” she spotted was actually Shandace Robertson, a new bride who just got married and was having a photo session with her groom on

    EntertainmentLyn KellyJun 20, 2017
  • The Story of Hae Min Lee and Adnan Syed, The Man Convicted of Her Murder

    In 2014, a podcast by This American Life titled Serial began to follow the murder of high school senior Hae Min Lee, whose body was found on February 9, 1999 in Baltimore, MD. Lee's ex-boyfriend, 17-year-old Adnan Masud Syed, was tried and convicted for her murder and was given a life sentence plus 30 years in prison. But according to Serial host Sarah Koenig, things just didn't add up. The podcast became hugely popular and brought nationwide attention to Syed's case, resulting in a dramatic turn of events. So what really happened to Hae Min Lee and to her convicted killer, Adnan Syed? Read on to find out. 

    LifeIsabelle GarreaudJun 19, 2017
  • Cleft Lip Condition Brings Foster Dad and Orphan Together

    An Atlanta dad shares his inspiring story of having cleft lip and adopting Hattie, a little girl who was born with the same condition. It was during Brian Pierce’s honeymoon with wife Molly when they met and made friends with a family who had adopted a daughter from China 12 years ago. Even before the

    FeaturedLyn KellyJun 19, 2017
  • Dad Surprises Son With Birthday Gift From Beyond the Grave

    Just in case you had any doubts, the video below shows even adolescent metal heads have hearts. 16-year-old Johnny Crow has been having a tough time since his father died of a heart attack in April at the age of 49. But that still didn’t stop the late Mr. Crow from giving his son a

    LifeAnthony PerrottaJun 19, 2017
  • These Homeless People Got a Surprise They’ll Never Forget

    We live in a cruel and cynical world, everybody knows that. But some people manage rise above the cynicism and hardship to make other people's day a little better. Take Youtuber Greg Benson for example. Benson, whose main Youtube channel is called MediocreFilms, has been known to do a prank or two, usually involving a hidden camera and him doing something outrageous. Yet, he also does a segment called "Prank It Forward: Pranks For Good," which is part of an organization that does positive pranks in the spirit of the film 'Pay It Forward'. So what did Benson do this time? Read on for a truly heartwarming prank!

    LifeIsabelle GarreaudJun 18, 2017