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Eating Mushrooms a Few Times a Week Could Dramatically Reduce Dementia Risk, Says 6-Year Study

This new study suggests that seniors who regularly eat mushrooms may reduce their odds of cognitive decline by as much as 50%.

Stranger Drives 7 Hours Straight So Couple on the Side of the Road Can Be With Dying Mother

Despite the journey taking over 7 hours to complete, this good Samaritan had no problem driving a stranded couple to their dying mother's bedside.

Walk Through This Giant Stunning Exhibit Where Van Gogh’s Artwork Comes to Life in Light

This new music and art display in southern France uses 50-foot walls to immerse you in the life and work of Vincent Van Gogh.

Woman Quits Successful City Career So She Can Live in the Woods With Over 100 Rescued Animals

Even though she had been enjoying a successful career as a wedding photographer, Daria Pushkareva had always longed for something more.

Irish Postal Service Launches Program to Give Thousands of Homeless People Fixed Addresses

Having a fixed address can be a major roadblock for homeless people trying to get off the streets – but this new Irish postal program is expected to help.

California is Finally Drought-Free After 7 Years and They’re Being Rewarded With a Butterfly Boom

The abundant winter weather has also resulted in the state's second wildflower super bloom in just a few short years.

Lucky Dented Penny That Saved Soldier’s Life During WWI Comes to Light 100 Years Later

If it had not been for this lucky penny, Maureen Coulson and her family may have never been born following their grandfather's service during WWI.

Largest U.S. Public School System to Fight Climate Change With ‘Meatless Mondays’

The largest public school system in the US will soon begin offering free, healthy vegetarian meals in their 1,800 schools every Monday.

Watch Sympathetic Robber Return Money to Terrified Woman After He Sees Her Bank Account Balance

Even though most people would not feel kindness for a knife-wielding robber, this compassionate crook has been garnering praise from around the world.

Service Dog Who Can Fetch Food, Clothing, and Pay for Shopping Has Transformed This Woman’s Life

Sally Whitney also credits her beloved 5-year-old pup as the reason she has a husband and university research job.

When Two Dogs Became Trapped in Ice, the Perfect Russian Rescuer Happened to Be Walking By (WATCH)

When two Labradors fell through the surface of an icy reservoir earlier this week, they were lucky that a Russian free diver was walking by.

World’s Largest National Wealth is Now Being Withdrawn From Oil and Gas Stocks

Norway manages the world's largest sovereign wealth fund in the world – and they just announced the beginning of their phase-out of fossil fuel investment.

Rather Than Wasting Ugly Potatoes, Couple Uses Them to Make Scotland’s First Potato Vodka

Rather than allowing thousands of ugly potatoes to end up in landfills, this couple came up with a tastier solution for the misshapen spuds.

When Son Posts Photo of Sad Dad in His Empty New Donut Shop, the Tweet Attracts Hundreds of Customers

Billy By could not bear to see his dad standing behind the counter of an empty store, so he took to social media in hopes of drumming up some business.

India Gets Its First Ever Hospital for Abused Elephants – and They’ve Already Treated Dozens

Since opening their doors four months ago, this elephant hospital has rescued and treated 26 pachyderms from abusive conditions.

Sea Salt Could Help Beat a Common Cold, Study Suggests

New research from the University of Edinburgh shows that gargling and clearing the nose with salt water solutions may help to beat the common cold.

17 Inspiring Quotes and a New Playlist From Malala to Empower Women on International Women’s Day

In recognition of International Women's Day, here are some words of wisdom and a feminine powerhouse playlist for the holiday.

FDA Approves First Depression Treatment in Decades: A Nasal Spray Doctors Can Administer for Quick Relief

Though the treatment has received its fair share of wariness, it could provide immediate relief for patients experience treatment-resistant depression.

NASA Confirms First All-Female Spacewalk in History (Just in Time for Women’s History Month)

Two women are set to make history by conducting the first ever all-female spacewalk – and it's just in time for Women's History Month. NASA...

Girls Lost in Forest for 44 Hours Finally Rescued After They Survived on Rainwater and ‘Happy Thoughts’

Two girls, aged 5 and 8, have finally been rescued from the woods of Northern California after using survival skills they learned from camping and TV.