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  • The BBC Kids Commercial That Adults Can Learn From Too

    BBC’s CBeebies television network commercial entitled “Everyone’s Welcome” was created with and for children, yet its message is so strong that it resonates with adult viewers as well. The said advertisement featured pairs of children who were set up to answer the question “What makes you two different?” Considering that each pair of kids has

    EntertainmentLyn KellyJune 25, 2017
  • Unusual Albino Dolphin Spotted in California

    Early this month, Blue Ocean Whale Watch, a whale-watching company, uploaded a photo on Instagram of a white (albino) dolphin they spotted in California’s Monterey Bay. Apparently, it is the same calf that the organization spotted two years ago. “Albino Risso’s dolphin today! The same calf/juvenile we encountered two years ago. Also lunge-feeding humpback whales

    LifeLyn KellyJune 23, 2017
  • Looking at Cute Pictures of Animals Can Help Marriage, Study Says

    A study published in Psychological Science on May 31, 2017, revealed that spouses who frequently viewed photos of positive stimuli (in this case pictures of cute animals) together with pictures of their partner show and developed more positive associations with the partner in the photos. James K. McNulty, who is the leader of the study, said the

    LifeLyn KellyJune 23, 2017
  • Adele Visits London Firefighters to Bring Cake and ‘Thank You’

    Grammy-Award-winning singer Adele has garnered praise recently for offering help to the victims of the horrible Grenfell Tower apartment fire in London that took the lives of more than 70 people. However, she apparently has not yet finished performing good deeds. On Monday, she dropped by the city’s Chelsea Fire Station to the surprise and delight

    EntertainmentLyn KellyJune 22, 2017
  • Victim of Bullying Escorted to School by 200 Bikers

    Xander Rose, who is a victim of school bullying, had the ride of his life Wednesday when 200 leather-clad bikers escorted him from his home to Harbourside Elementary in Whitney Pier, Nova Scotia in Canada. In an interview with CBC News, Katie Layboldt, Xander’s mother shared that her son has been constantly bullied since the

    LifeLyn KellyJune 22, 2017
  • Michael Phelps vs. Great White Shark in a Swimming Race

    Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time may have retired after competing against the best swimmers in the world but apparently, his competitive spirit has not died down as he is now working to embark on the hardest race he will ever compete on – swimming against a great white shark. This bizarre yet

    EntertainmentLyn KellyJune 20, 2017
  • No Walls or Ceiling Needed in This Swiss Alps Hotel Room

    There’s nothing more romantic than spending a night under the stars with the person you love and Null Stern Hotel in the Swiss Alps is offering just that, only instead of a tent or a teepee, you get a luxurious hotel bed. The Null Stern Hotel’s open-air room is located almost 4,000 feet above sea level

    TravelLyn KellyJune 20, 2017
  • 94 Yorkie Dogs Hoarded by San Diego Couple Find New Homes

    A San Diego couple pleaded guilty over hoarding over one hundred Yorkie dogs. It still remains vague why 62-year-old Christine Calvert and 73-year-old Matt Vattimo hoarded this many dogs. However, it is quite clear that they were not responsible pet owners at all. It was back in January when the poor creatures were rescued by

    LifeLyn KellyJune 19, 2017
  • Big-Hearted Couple Has Adopted 88 Special Needs Children Over the Last Four Decades

    Founder of Possible Dream Foundation Michael and Camille Geraldi have 88 adopted children with special needs, some of whom are now teenagers and adults. The amazing couple’s story started when they met at the Miami Children’s Hospital back in 1973. Michael was a resident pediatrician while Camille worked as a nurse. Michael was known for

    LifeLyn KellyJune 19, 2017
  • Americans Prove to Be Generous People By Giving $390B to Charity in 2016

    According to the Giving USA foundation, Americans donated a whopping $390 billion in 2016 alone. Furthermore, most of the funds came from individuals which amounted to more than $282 billion. The chairperson of the Giving USA Foundation, Aggie Sweeney, said that despite the economic and political uncertainty the nation is currently facing, Americans were still found to

    LifeLyn KellyJune 18, 2017
  • Newly Invented Solar Paint Promises an Excellent but Cheap Clean Energy Source

    The future looks promising for those who are looking for an affordable and clean energy source. Two researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia have invented the solar paint, an invention that might prove to be the next clean and green energy source for the masses. The solar paint is a mixture of titanium oxide

    LifeLyn KellyJune 18, 2017
  • Heavyweight Cat Symba is Looking for Equally Heavy Love

    Humane Rescue Alliance (HRA) in Washington, D.C. has just found an enormous cat to take under its wings. The adorable furball is called Symba, and he weighs a whopping 35 pounds, the same weight of that of a three-year-old toddler! HRA spokesperson Matt Williams said: “He may be the biggest I’ve seen. Trust me: He is

    OMG!Lyn KellyJune 17, 2017