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Success of Advanced-Stage Parkinson’s Treatment is ‘Beyond Researcher’s Wildest Dreams’

Researchers are using spinal implants to improve motor function in Parkinson's patients – and the results are particularly exciting.

Two Scottish Entrepreneurs Are Working to Replace Palm Oil With the Oil From Used Coffee Grounds

These two men got the idea for their palm oil replacement after they worked in several cafés during their time in college.

Deaf Puppy Gets Sign Language Lessons After Being Adopted By Man Who is Also Deaf

This deaf puppy has been given a new lease on life after being adopted by a man who is also deaf.

LEGO Unveils New Bricks That Will Help Teach Blind Children to Read Braille

Once the prototypes are fully developed, the LEGO Foundation says that they will also be giving the kits away to various institutions for blindness.

Listen to Dairy Farmer Explain His Sweet Friendship With ‘Allo Vera’: The Cow Who Thinks He’s Her Calf

This Australian dairy farmer has been adopted as a member of his herd after Vera the cow started treating him like her calf.

Here’s How You Play the World’s First Sport Designed by AI – and It’s Apparently Pretty Fun

A team of designers uploaded the rules of 400 different world sports into an AI program so it could design its own – and the result is apparently quite fun.

Despite Having to Wear a Stoma Bag, This Woman Determinedly Trains and Competes as MMA Fighter

Despite being forced to wear a stoma bag for her Crohn's disease, this 41-year-old woman is training to be a top MMA fighter. Kharina Kharran...

Rather Than Ticketing Young Man for Driving Illegally, Officer Gave Him a Ride to His Job Interview

A desperate 22-year-old man may not have been able to get the job he wanted if it had not been for a compassionate cop lending a hand.

Researchers Create ‘First-of-its-Kind’ Roadmap for Saving Earth From Climate Change Years Before 2050 Deadline

This groundbreaking report is one of the first global roadmaps for how the world can stop climate change – and it's apparently quite cost-effective, too.

All 180,000 Honeybees Living On Top of Notre Dame Cathedral Have Survived the Fire

There were over 180,000 honeybees living on top of the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris when it caught fire last weekend – and miraculously, they survived.

Young Couple Rescued From Crocodile-Infested Park After Writing ‘HELP’ in the Mud

This young couple had been trapped in the Australian outback for 26 hours before they were finally rescued thanks to their makeshift “HELP” sign.

With Only 147 of World’s Fattest Parrots Left, This Year’s Baby Boom Has Left Researchers Positively Squawking

The beloved kākāpō is the world's fattest species of bird – and thanks to their latest baby boom, they're returning from the brink of extinction.

‘Proton Therapy’ is Noninvasive Treatment for High-Risk Cancers – In Use Today With ‘Excellent’ Success Rate

This “game-changing” treatment also comes with a minimal amount of side effects – and it has been shown to be less costly than traditional radiation.

Over 50 Years of Research Say That Smiling Really Can Make People Happier

After analyzing years worth of psychological testing, these researchers found that smiling really can make you happier – and frowning can make you more sad.

Surfing is Now One of the First Sports Requiring Equal Pay for Women – Lawmakers Are Following Suit

Surfers are making sure that male and female athletes from all different sports leagues are paid the same amount of money for their talent.

After 4 Years Being Married to Herself, Read This Woman’s Inspiring Reflections on Committing to Self-Love

Rather than focusing on another person to complete her life, this woman said “I do” to focusing on her own health and happiness instead.

Most Precious Parts of Notre Dame Cathedral Were Saved; French Billionaires Are Paying to Restore the Rest

After battling the flames inside of Notre Dame Cathedral, officials say that the most iconic relics and structures of the building have survived.

Despite Being Bullied by the Boys, Woman Nailed Her Drum Solo in a Velvet Gown (MOTH Monday)

Listen to this New York City feminist tell her story about how she proved her naysayers wrong by nailing a drum solo in high school.

Inexpensive ‘First-of-its-Kind’ Device Can Generate Electricity From Snowfall

Over 30% of the Earth's surface is covered in snow every winter – and now, this inexpensive new device could use it to generate electricity.

After Decades of Curiosity, Adopted Woman Plans Road Trip to Meet Her Newly-Discovered 22 Siblings

This 48-year-old woman had always wondered about her biological family – but upon discovering she now has 22 siblings, she plans on meeting all of them.