82-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Gets Her Memory Back After Changing Her Diet

Recently, an 82-year-old woman who suffered from dementia and who couldn’t recognize her own son has miraculously got her memory back after changing her diet. When his mother’s condition became so severe that, for her own safety, she had to be kept in the hospital, Mark Hatzer almost came to terms with losing another parent.… Read More 82-Year-Old Woman With Dementia Gets Her Memory Back After Changing Her Diet

Hilarious Video of Pedestrians doing ‘Silly Walks’ at Road Crossing Monty Python style

In Ojre, Norway, pedestrians crossing the street have been encouraged—by an official-looking street sign—to show off their best silly walk. The art installation was an homage to Monty Python and its co-founder, the tall, lanky John Cleese. Reidar Johannes Søby from the Kreativiteket art group told local broadcaster NRK that it was just for fun.… Read More Hilarious Video of Pedestrians doing ‘Silly Walks’ at Road Crossing Monty Python style

Horse Chestnuts or ‘Conkers’ | all-natural laundry detergent – non-edible

Here is a great article from the internet that we found about an all natural laundry detergent that can be made from Horse Chestnuts.  Horse Chestnuts are not the same as the sweet chestnuts that can be roasted over an open fire.  DO NOT EAT THEM and please wash all utensils after use! I was… Read More Horse Chestnuts or ‘Conkers’ | all-natural laundry detergent – non-edible

Arnold Schwarzenegger sleeps under his own statue

Warning: We have recently learned that this photo has a misleading caption –> https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/schwarzenegger-hotel-statue/ Famed actor Arnold Schwarzenegger posted a photo of himself sleeping on the street under his famous bronze statue, and sadly wrote “How times have changed”… The reason he wrote the phrase was not only because he was old, but because when… Read More Arnold Schwarzenegger sleeps under his own statue

Beavers reduce river pollution by building dams, study shows

Beavers should be reintroduced into the wild to help clean up polluted rivers and stem the loss of valuable soils from farms, new research suggests. The study,  by scientists at the University of Exeter, found that a single family of beavers removed high levels of sediment, nitrogen and phosphorus from water that flowed through a 2.5 hectare enclosure in Devon.… Read More Beavers reduce river pollution by building dams, study shows

Here’s how to beat anxiety without medication, according to a new scientific study

Do you have anxiety? Have you tried just about everything to get over it, but it just keeps coming back? Perhaps you thought you had got over it, only for the symptoms to return with a vengeance? Whatever your circumstances, science can help you to beat anxiety for good. Anxiety can present as fear, restlessness,… Read More Here’s how to beat anxiety without medication, according to a new scientific study

Facial Recognition System Helps Trace 3,000 Missing Children in 4 Days

Thanks to an innovative new facial recognition system (FRS), almost 3,000 missing children have been identified by city police and efforts are under way to reunite them with their families. The FRS was employed by the Delhi police department on a trial basis to scan the faces of 45,000 children living in children’s homes. During… Read More Facial Recognition System Helps Trace 3,000 Missing Children in 4 Days

Devoted Husband Designs ‘Tank Wheelchair’ For Wife So She Won’t Miss Out On Family Activities

It has been 19 years since a car collision left Liz Soden paralyzed from the waist down – but thanks to her loving husband, she is not lacking very much in mobility. Instead of agreeing to leave his wife behind for their family hiking trips, Brad Soden resolved to build an all-terrain wheelchair. Brad, who… Read More Devoted Husband Designs ‘Tank Wheelchair’ For Wife So She Won’t Miss Out On Family Activities