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Good News in History, March 29

60 years ago today, “Some Like It Hot”, the romantic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, was released. Considered to be...

Student Treks to Yellowstone and Finds Bacteria That Eats Pollution and ‘Breathes’ Electricity

A determined young student has made an exciting new discovery after he embarked on a strenuous 7-mile walk into the wilderness of Yellowstone National...

Internet-Famous ‘Crying Kid’ Proudly Agrees to Resuscitate His Notoriety for Charity Instead of Financial Gain

Rather than feeling shy about appearing in the limelight once more, this 14-year-old is using his iconic face to benefit two different charities.

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.

When Teacher Sees Boy Cycling Down the Highway, She Turns Around and Helps to Save His Dad’s Life

It's a good thing that Keller Sutherland was in the right place at the right time on the highway last week.

Diabetes Patients May Soon Be Able to Say Goodbye to Needles, Thanks to These Capsules From MIT

Insulin shots may soon be a thing of the past now that MIT researchers have developed an oral capsule to deliver insulin.

The Science of Kindness: Biology Proves How We Are All Connected

This installment of the Science of Kindness is reprinted with permission from Envision Kindness. In my exploration of how kindness connects people, it has become pretty...

‘For the First Time’, Researchers Use Healthy Stem Cells for Future Type 1 Diabetes Cure

Researchers have made a major breakthrough in developing a cure for type 1 diabetes – and human trials are set to begin soon.

Tanzania is Finally Protecting its ‘Globally Unique’ Endangered Rainforest After 40 Years of Research

After almost 40 years of research and rallying conservation efforts, this invaluable hotspot for biodiversity is finally being protected.

The Science Behind Why We Need More of the ‘Secret Sauce’ of Kindness

What is the “secret sauce” of kindness – and why do we need it now more than ever?

Man Transforms His Workspace into Winter Castle Complete With a Working Drawbridge

A Christmas-mad office worker has transformed his desk into Britain's most festive workspace: a snow-covered castle complete with a ‘smoking’ chimney. For the third year...

Here Are the Best Foods You Can Eat to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

If you're having trouble getting some good shut-eye, don't go for the junk food – these foods are far better for your sleep than those high-carb snacks.

8 Under-Appreciated Autumn Veggies and Fruits You Should Be Eating

Autumn is my favorite time of year, not just because the weather is beautiful, but also because fall brings some of the most delicious...

Good News in History September 29

32 years ago today, Designing Women premiered on CBS, bringing laughs and Southern hospitality to American TV screens. Created by Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, the Emmy...

Good News in History September 14

50 years ago today, the first televised episode of the comic strip 'The Archies' was aired. An animated 5-piece band, The Archies actually produced...

Study Shows Patients Will Recover More Quickly When the Doctor Uses Different Words

This new study shows just how helpful an encouraging doctor can be for your recovery and health.

Lab-Grown Lungs Successfully Transplanted into Living Animals Without Any Complications

With proper funding, the team believes they could be growing lungs for transplant patients much sooner than expected.

This Kindness App Pairs People With Problems to Neighbors Who Have the Specific Solution

The app has already racked up roughly 65,000 users who are eager to help their neighbors.

Human Trials for Artificial Kidney Could Begin This Year, With First Patient Implants in 2020

A new update from this research organization says that human trials for an implantable bioartificial kidney could be on the horizon.

New Family of Enzymes Could Transform Common Plant Waste into Fuel and Biodegradable Plastic

Scientists have discovered a new family of enzymes that could pave the way to converting plant waste into sustainable and high-value products such as...