Positive news is always appreciated, especially in the context of endangered and/or dwindling animal populations. An article from The Good News Network happens to fall into this category, and I figured I would share this happy news with all of you. This time, the good news has to do with an increase in fish stocks. … More Fish populations are on the rise
For anyone who spends a lot of time looking at a computer screen, tired and itchy eyes have likely become a consistent occurrence in your life. Looking at a screen all day is how a lot of us make an income, but unfortunately, the long-term effects of this sort of exposure can lead to consequential … More This is how to give your eyes a workout
Peanut allergies are no joke. I know quite a few people who are seriously allergic to peanuts, and the repercussions of an untreated reaction to peanuts can be fatal. I have good news for those of us who are unable to savor the incredible flavor of peanuts and further peanut butter, though. “The US Food … More There is finally a peanut allergy treatment
When we hear the word ‘cancer,’ we often automatically associate the disease with chemotherapy, a highly recognized and highly aggressive drug used to combat cancer in the body. While chemotherapy is often an effective cancer treatment, it can unfortunately leave someone who endures its severity with several long-term conditions and side effects as a result … More Killing cancer without chemo
Cancer. How does the word resonate with you? Nowadays, it seems as though each and every single one of us has been affected by cancer in some way. Whether we’ve had it ourselves or know someone in our lives who has, cancer has an uncanny ability of generating unification among us all. While it may … More U.S. cancer rates are declining
I’ve often said that doing something positive for someone other than ourselves can evoke feelings of happiness. I’ve never really understood why this is, but I can personally attest to this realization, as I’m sure many other people can, too. But, according to an article from The Good News Network, there might be a scientific … More Do good, feel good
It’s hard to believe that we as a society have made any sort of advancement in terms of providing aid to innocent children, considering the rather bleak state of the world. But, I am pleased to report that in the past two decades, over 220 million children have been rescued from forced labour, marriage and … More Believe it or not, the world is progressing in terms of helping children
It’s 2020, therefore we should all be trying our best to reduce our use of plastics in an attempt to benefit our world in the midst of a climate crisis. We’re constantly reminded of how essential it is to reduce our carbon footprint, and for the most part, we’re doing our best to be better. … More These companies are winning at reducing their plastic use
I would argue that just about every couple on planet earth has found themselves face-to-face with the age-old dilemma of their partner hogging the blankets. Maybe it happens seldom, or perhaps it’s a daily occurrence, but either way, waking up shivering only to discover all of the blankets are cocooned around your partner is a … More Tired of fighting for the blankets with your partner? This bed could be the answer
Having a prosthetic is challenging enough, and exposure to water doesn’t make wearing one any easier. Simple things like hitting the beach or hanging out poolside are can be exceptionally difficult for persons who have prosthetic limbs, but researchers from Northwell Health are working to make tasks like these much simpler. These researchers have created … More Making waves (literally) with prosthetics
We’re all aware of the looming environmental crisis facing us and upcoming generations as a result of excessive pollution and global warming. Many of us are conscious of the importance of reducing our environmental footprint and further being as sustainable as possible, and as it turns out, a billboard has taken this responsibility to the … More Have you heard of air-purifying billboards?
Winter coats are a must for any Canadian. They’re a must for anyone who lives in a chilly region, but here in Canada, it can get pretty damn frosty, so a warm, reliable winter coat is essential. A lot of winter coats nowadays are filled with either plastics or animal materials. We arguably don’t give … More Have you heard of wildflower-filled winter coats?
I’ve made mention of the challenges that present themselves with being a daily blogger here on my site before, but for the sake of this post, I want to revisit the topic. It can be tricky to come up with new and interesting content to write about on a daily basis, and sometimes, I find … More Yes, you really should check out The Good News Network
Every year, we hear news regarding the accidental death of a child or a pet that has been left in a car. And, every time we hear about something so tragic, we arguably ask ourselves, ‘why does this keep happening?’ This question could very well be avoided thanks to a newly developed sensor, says an … More Preventing accidental deaths in vehicles with new technology
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a terrible disease. According to Cystic Fibrosis Canada, it’s the “most common fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults.” CF can wreak absolute havoc upon the body, though it mainly impacts the digestive system and the lungs. The nature of CF can vary depending on each person who is … More Making waves in Cystic Fibrosis treatment
Diapers are something most of us have been in contact with at some point in our lives. Whether it be our own children or the child of a friend or relative, or perhaps a child we’re babysitting, diapers are a concept most of us are familiar with as they are a pretty integral component of … More Have you heard of seaweed diapers?