September 25, 2020 1:02 pm

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Psychologists Warn: Never Use These 8 Phrases When Talking To Your Children

When we are first born our parents are all that we have in this world. We would not be who we are today without them. Our parents are the people we look to for support and guidance. They are supposed to keep us feeling safe at all times and make sure as children that we follow their rules. However, as ... Read More »

Michael Jackson’s Daughter Breaks Silence Over Leaving Neverland Documentary

https://slate.com/culture/2019/03/michael-jackson-leaving-neverland-sexual-abuse-allegations.html

HBO’s recent Leaving Neverland documentary has re-opened many of the old sexual molestation allegations against late pop star Michael Jackson. Millions have been horrified by the revelations in the documentary, which reveal graphic anecdotes from two alleged victims that spent a lot of time with Jackson. This week, Jackson’s daughter Paris has spoken out for the first time, saying that ... Read More »

Woman Regrets Jumping Fence At Zoo To Take Selfie With Jaguar After Injury

A woman attempted recently jumped the fence at the Wildlife World Zoo near Phoenix and was mauled by the Jaguar inside the enclosure. The woman was reportedly attempting to take a selfie with the jaguar when she was hurt. The woman suffered severe lacerations to her arm, but her injuries were not life-threatening. Footage taken by witnesses on the scene ... Read More »

Decade-Long Study Shows No Link Between Measles Vaccine And Autism

Researchers examined all children born in Denmark from 1999 to 2010 ― a group of 657,461 children. A major new study offers yet more evidence that the vaccine that protects against measles does not increase children’s risk of autism. The study, conducted by researchers in Denmark and published this week in Annals of Internal Medicine, examined all children born in ... Read More »

Phenomenal: Craniopagus Twins Share A Brain And See Out of Each Other’s Eyes

Craniopagus twins are conjoined twins that are fused at the cranium. There are one in 2.5 million people who have this rare condition.  Sadly, the vast majority of twins born do not survive 24 hours. Krista and Tatiana Hogan were born in October in 2006. Their brains are connected by a thalamic bridge and this makes them unique in every ... Read More »

First paralyzed man treated With stem cell has regained his upper body movement

21-year old Kris Bosen of Bakersfield, California was the first human to be cured of paralysis thanks to stem cell therapy. Bosen was in a terrible car accident when he was younger that left him permanently paralyzed from the neck down. Doctors told him that he would never be able to move again because there were no treatments for his ... Read More »

At 10 years old, boy who spent two years growing his hair, donates it to make wigs for kids with cancer

“Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.” – Barbara De Angelis Sometimes it’s nice to be reminded of certain acts of kindness, and this is one of those times. In 2014, when Thomas Moore was nearly 8 years old, his mom showed him ... Read More »

Every Animal Pulled From the Deepest Part of the Ocean Had Plastic in Its Gut

“What you put in the trench stays in the trench.” Why Global Citizens Should Care Plastic pollution is causing immense harm to the world’s ecosystems and governments around the world are beginning to curb plastic production in accordance with the United Nations’ Global Goals. You can join us in taking action on this issue here. Stories of whales, turtles, and seabirds with guts filled with plastic ... Read More »