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‘Bee Saving Paper’ is an Ingenious Way to Save Hungry Pollinators Around the World

This biodegradable paper is like an “energy drink” for hungry bees – and it could help save the little pollinators if it is adopted by more companies.

Instead of Plane Making Emergency Landing, Engineer Fixes Medical Device Using Only a Pen

The resourceful student credits his ingenious rescue to a freshman year engineering class that he had always “loathed.”

World’s Oldest Man Turns 112 With the Help of Cake and Sumo Wrestling

Mr. Nonaka was presented with the certification and – to his delight – a congratulatory sweet treat for his longevity earlier this week.

LEGO Bricks on Sale Now Are Plant-based Instead of Plastic

This is just one of the many initiatives launched by LEGO to reach 100% sustainability by 2030.

Can You Be Healthy at Any Size?

The Lesson: It’s true that body weight is strongly correlated with the risk of various diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, and diabetes....

Burger King Drive-thru Worker Goes Viral After Helping Diabetic Woman

When Rebecca Boening was struggling to cope with her low blood sugar, a compassionate drive-thru worker came to her rescue.

These 5 Medical Breakthroughs May Help You Manage Your Diabetes

Diabetes is among the most widespread and most troubling health problems in the United States. Keeping the disease in check requires constant vigilance and...

Pizza Hut Workers Use Kayaks to Deliver Free Pies During Disaster

We have already heard about dozens of relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey – but this story sets a new bar for...

9-Year-old Has Given Over 7,000 Donuts to Police Officers

This 9-year-old boy may not have any superpowers, but he is a hero to the men and women protecting our communities. Tyler Carach is a...

Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin Robbins to Remove Artificial Coloring

Though donuts may not be the healthiest food on the planet, Dunkin' is still taking steps in the right direction towards healthier ingredients.

Scientists Cure Type 1 Diabetes for a Year Without Side Effects

A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon – and the novel approach would also allow Type 2 diabetics to stop...

Scientists Unlock the Key to Turning Algae into Oil

Undersea algae could become the fuel of the future— and producing the valuable oil would not require any arable land or human drinking water. The...

Senate Agrees to Give Everglades 78-Billion Gallon Drink of Cleaner Water

The Florida Senate has just passed a bill that would cleanse and refresh the Everglades with over 78 billion gallons of clean water. The congregation...

Hope For Obesity: First Time in Modern Memory, Americans Drank More Water Than Soda

Bucking a historic trend, Americans reportedly consumed more bottled water than soda in 2016. According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation, bottled water sales volume grew...

These Logs of Coffee Grounds Are a Lifeline for Encamped Refugees

Instead of throwing out the grounds leftover from morning pots of coffee, these University of Toronto students are turning them into a valuable resource...

Painless ‘Smart Patch’ Delivers Insulin to Diabetics Without Needles

Treatment for certain diabetes cases involves constant monitoring of blood-glucose levels and daily insulin shots. But scientists are now developing a painless "smart" patch...

Scientists Can Use Wires 3 Atoms Wide to Create Fabric That Generates Electricity

These tiny wires made by diamonds can be used for a whole host of possibilities – including making fabric that can generate electricity.

This Soup Kitchen Serves the Homeless Like Guests in a Restaurant

Anyone in need of a hearty lunch during the week will be welcomed by hosts and waiters ready to take their order with a side of kindness.

Check Out This Gingerbread Mansion That Took 500 Hours to Build

This cookie replica of the French-Renaissance Waddesdon Manor is by far the tastiest example of architecture we have ever seen.

Platypus Venom Could Hold Key to Diabetes Treatment

Researchers have recently discovered that the same glucose-regulating hormone in the platypus's gut is also found in its venom.