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Good News in History September 12

75 years ago today, the R&B, soul, and disco artist Barry White was born. A three-time Grammy Award–winner known for his distinctive bass-baritone voice...

El Estudio Más Grande de su Tipo Identifica los Beneficios en la Salud de Ayunar Pasando Un Día

En años recientes, han surgido varios estudios que observar los efectos biológicos de diferentes tipos de dietas que incluyen ayuno en animales y en...

Study Says We May Be Able to Reverse Genetic Symptoms of Aging After Patients Shed 2.5 Years From Biological Clock

The study proves that there could be a groundbreaking new way to curb patients from contracting age-related diseases in the future.

Largest Study of Its Kind Identifies the Surprising Health Benefits of Fasting Every Other Day

In recent years, there has been a surge of studies looking at the biologic effects of different kinds of fasting diets in both animal...

After Her Years of Research, a Cambridge Scientist Could Be on the Verge of Curing Multiple Sclerosis

Auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS) occur when the body’s immune cells attack healthy tissues. In the case of MS, the cells target the...

How Do Nutritional Plant-Based Diets Compare With Meat Diets For Our Environment? Scientists Answer.

The scientists compared the diets based on the exact amount of protein that consumers usually get from meat-inclusive diets.

Good News in History, August 1

200 years ago today, the great American author Herman Melville was born in New York City. Though his masterpiece, Moby Dick, eventually became beloved...

Coffee Could Be Used to Fight Obesity, Says ‘Pioneering’ New Study

In this fascinating new study, researchers say that enjoying a cup of java helps the body to activate its own fat-fighting defenses.

As Disabled Man Frantically Wheels Himself Home Before Tornado, Teen Hops Out of His Car to Help

Rather than driving past a disabled man in a wheelchair, this trepidatious teen insisted on pushing him all the way to safety.

Colorado Becomes First State to Put Price Cap on the Staggering Costs of Insulin

This trailblazing new piece of legislation will ensure that no Colorado resident will have to pay more than $100 out of pocket for their monthly insulin.

Good News in History, May 23

50 years ago today, The Who released in the UK the first rock opera, entitled Tommy, about a “deaf, dumb and blind kid," who “sure...

The Crazy Things People Would Do to Get a Year of Perfect Sleep

People would do some pretty crazy things if it meant they were guaranteed a good night's sleep 365 evenings in a row.

In World First, HIV-Positive Woman Donates Kidney to a Fellow HIV-Positive Patient

35-year-old Nina Martinez unknowingly contracted HIV as an infant – but now, she's proudly making history as the first living HIV-positive kidney donor.

Instead of Depressing News, Here Are 5 Big, BIG Reasons to Applaud Humanity

Are you tired of seeing gloom and doom on your news feed? Then here are five stories to restore your faith in humanity.

Investigaciones Clínicas Comienzan para ofrecer Inhaladores con Marihuana Medicinal para Aliviar el Dolor Inmediatamente a Pacientes con Cancer en Israel Que no Pueden Fumar

Con la finalidad de poder proveer a los pacientes con cáncer un alivio inmediato del dolor, investigadores iniciaron un ensayo clínico de marihuana medicinal...

20 Years After Divorce, Woman Gives Her Ex-Husband a Kidney: ‘It Wasn’t Even a Decision’

Despite not being a long-term match for each other romantically, these Minnesota divorcees turned into a medical match made in heaven. Mary Ziegler and Bill...

Parkinson’s Researchers Now Have $24 Million To Keep Going Thanks to Funding From Michael J. Fox

Scientists now have over $24 million in funding for Parkinson's research thanks to the beloved Hollywood philanthropist.

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.

Patton Oswalt Responds to Online Troll by Rallying Followers to Pay For the Guy’s Medical Bills

Instead of fighting fire with fire, the stand-up comedian offered donations and support to a Twitter troll.

En vez de “Somos lo que Comemos”, La Ciencia de la Amabilidad Dice “Somos lo que Vemos” en la Vida Diaria

Reprinted with permission from Envision Kindness Como un doctor especializado en enfermedades como diabetes, yo se un poco de nutrición y el metabolismo. Realmente creo en...