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In Bid to Cut Food Waste, Kellogg’s is Using Their Rejected Cornflakes to Make Beer

They're donating a portion of the beer's sales to charity, too.

Tears Flow as 88-Year-old Finally Meets Biological Daughter She Thought Died At Birth

This emotional reunion at a nursing facility in Florida has been 69 years in the making.

‘Never seen anything like it’: Watch Ferry Passenger’s Stunning Footage of 200 Frolicking Dolphins

The passenger says that he has made the ferry trip hundreds of times, but he has never seen anything like this before.

Researchers Develop Cheap, 10-Minute Test That Can Detect Cancer Anywhere in the Body

The simple, inexpensive tool could save thousands of lives by increasing the odds of early cancer detection.

Town Overturns Archaic Snowball Ban After a Determined 9-Year-old Leads the Charge

Not only did Dane Best manage to lift the ban, he also discovered his ability to have a voice in the community and local legislation.

How They Saved a Species in Wyoming (and Was it Worth it?)

Some people might be wondering why we put so much money and effort into saving a species – but this conservationist has a fascinating answer.

Scientists Develop Molecule That Can Finally Help Stop Arthritis From Wearing Down Joints

Though we have drugs that can alleviate arthritis-related pain, we don't currently have any treatments for reversing the joint deterioration.

World Bank Doubles Funding to $200 Billion to Fight Climate Change

The impressive sum is actually double its original 5-year financial investment plan that it set in 2015.

Watch Student’s Hilarious Reaction to Being Pranked With a Room Full of Presents

There is no better way to spread some Christmas cheer than arriving home to a room full of gifts – even if they happen to be things you already own.

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

The groundbreaking process drastically speeds up healing times by using gentle pulses of electricity that are powered by our own body motions.

Watch Teen With Rare Skin Disease React to His Family Being Surprised With Handicap-Accessible Home

John Hudson, who is one of the “Butterfly Children” suffering from a rare skin condition, could barely contain his emotions over the new home.

Dad is Pleasantly Surprised to Hear That His Toothbrush Holder is Actually 4,000-Year-old Relic

One man's toothpaste holder could be another man's 4,000-year-old relic. At least that's what Karl Martin was stunned to discover when he found out that...

City Will Replace Advertisements With Directions to Shelters for the Homeless in Winter

All of the city's digital signs and advertisements will be replaced with emergency notices directing people to the nearest shelter or heating room.

Patagonia’s CEO is Donating Company’s Entire $10 Million Tax Cut to Fight Climate Change

“In this season of giving, we are giving away this tax cut to the planet, our only home, which needs it now more than ever,” writes the CEO.

Stuck in Airport for 7 Months, Refugee is Finally Given a Home Half a World Away Thanks to Canadian Stranger

After being forced to live in an airport for seven months, this man was finally given a home thanks to a Canadian woman who saw his Twitter videos.

For the First Time Ever, Developing Countries Added More Clean Power Capacity Than Fossil Fuel

Additionally, developing nations are building more clean energy capacity than wealthier nations.

Watch 50-Year-old Daredevil Become First Woman to Wingsuit Over Antarctica

Heather Swan's flight over the plains of Antarctica is just one of her latest record-breaking stunts in a wingsuit, too.

Police Officer Praised for Spending Hours Looking After Children While Mom Filed Domestic Violence Report

When a young mother and her kids entered a Utah police station earlier this month, Officer Lofgran was ready to offer the comfort “she needed that day.”

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

The “Mangrove Master” has spent the last 16 years protecting mangrove forests – and his efforts have helped to plant roughly 2 million trees.

Back Pain May Soon Be a Thing of the Past After Scientists Successfully Implant Lab-Grown Spinal Discs

For the first time ever, scientists have successfully implanted spinal discs grown from stem cells – and their research had exciting results.