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You Butter Believe It: Cornell Researchers Make New, Healthy Spread Made Almost Entirely of Water

Scientists have discovered a new method for making a healthier food spread that tastes like butter—except it is made almost entirely from water.

Check Out Some of the Gorgeous Winning Pictures From This ‘Kindness Photography’ Contest

When prompted to submit photos of kindness, hundreds of photographers published their work—and the results are breathtaking.

This Seventh Grader Donated All $15,000 of His County Fair Earnings to a Children’s Hospital

After earning $15,000 in livestock premiums from a county fair, this youngster donated all of it to help fund children's medical research.

Hearts Are Melting Over Little Girl Admiring a Beauty Ad Depicting Woman in a Wheelchair

This photo of an enchanted little girl staring at an Ulta beauty advertisement shows just how much representation can matter for differently-abled kids.

Tree-Filled City Parks Make People as Happy as Christmas Day, Says New Study of Twitter Posts

This first-of-its-kind study used people's tweets to track their moods after visiting public parks—and they found that trees make us as happy as Christmas.

Metallica Donates a Quarter-Million Dollars to Help Build First Children’s Hospital of Its Kind in Romania

It has been 20 years since Metallica played in Romania—and they are now celebrating their return by helping to build its first pediatric oncology hospital.

When Firefighters See Senior Struggling in Wheelchair, They Spend Weekend Building Her a New Walkway

These firefighters spent their time off this week building a new walkway for a woman who was seen struggling to cross her front lawn in her wheelchair.

World’s Largest Rooftop Urban Farm is Set to Open in Paris Next Year

Using a specialized “vertical farming” technique, the French garden will use very little water and absolutely no pesticides.

When Asked to Build a Hospital That Lowers Blood Pressure, They Built a ‘Forest-Like’ Sanctuary

When designers were asked to create a hospital that lowered a patient's blood pressure, they used nature as the obvious solution—and it worked.

This Tasty Seaweed Reduces Cow Emissions by 99%—and It Could Soon Be a Climate Gamechanger

Cows love nibbling on this common pink seaweed growing off the coast of Australia—and it apparently reduces their gassy emissions by 99%.

When Taylor Swift Fan Can’t Afford College Tuition, the Pop Star Sends $6,400 to Pay It: ‘Get your learn on girl!’

When this longtime Taylor Swift fan could not afford to pay for her university tuition, the pop star stepped in to cover the debt.

Choral Reef? Listen to Scientist’s Recording of How Fish ‘Sing’ at Dawn

Scientists are “amazed” to discover that fish gather together to sing at dusk and dawn just like their feathered flying counterparts.

Europe Could Produce Enough Wind Farm Energy to Power the Whole World for 30 Years, New Study Shows

This exciting new study from the University of Sussex shows that Europe alone could feasibly produce enough wind energy for the entire Earth.

Man and His Donkey Are Going Viral for Their Enthusiastic Duet of ‘The Circle of Life’ From Lion King

Despite how donkeys aren't native to Africa, this braying backup singer was more than happy to join his delighted owner as he sang the iconic Disney song.

If You Like Globe-Trotting Adventures, You and Your Pup Can Apply to Be ‘Canine Hotel Critics’ is looking for a fashionable Fido to review their accommodations—and there are travel perks for the pup's owner as well.

Photographer Captures Exact Moment of Beauty When Lightning Strikes Erupting Volcano (LOOK)

A German photographer managed to capture the exact moment when a lightning bolt struck the center of a volcano that was erupting in Russia.

Lady Gaga is Funding All the Classroom Projects in Three US Cities Affected by Recent Shootings

In total, the pop star is financing the educational needs of 162 classrooms in Dayton, Ohio; El Paso, Texas; and Gilroy, California.

Delaware Becomes First US State to Achieve ‘No-Kill’ Status for Shelter Pets

With almost 12,000 animals being saved from euthanization, Delaware has just become the first to achieve statewide “no-kill” status.

Simone Biles Just Became First Gymnast to Land Double-Double Dismount—and She Absolutely Nailed It

Not only was Biles the first gymast to ever attempt the maneuver, she nailed the jaw-dromming maneuver with flourish.

Watch an Astonishing Scene as Thousands of Stampeding Ducks Bring Traffic to a Standstill

This is the moment traffic was brought to a standstill by thousands of ducks stampeding through the streets.. The astonishing video shows the “badling” of...