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99-Year-Old And High School Student Form Unlikely Friendship

A 99-year-old woman and a high school student in British Columbia have formed a wonderful friendship through a program that connects seniors with young people. Myrtle MacDonald, 99, says she

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Doctor And Nurses Pack SUV And Drive Through Snowstorm To Save Premature Baby

The life of a premature baby born during the winter storm in Texas was saved thanks to a team of medical professionals, including a doctor and two nurses who traveled

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This City Created the Largest Free Food Forest in the Country, Where Anyone Can Pick Fruits and Veggies

There’s a seven-acre farm in Atlanta where residents can walk into a forest, take a deep breath, and begin pulling crops right off the land for dinner. A one-time pecan

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Himalayan State Becomes First in India to Give Wives Co-Ownership of Ancestral Land

One of the most important stops on the ride to independence is the freedom to economically plan one’s own affairs and retain ownership of acquired property. The Himalayan state of

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U.S. Can Run Primarily on Renewable Energy by 2050 For Cost of $1 Per Person Per Day—Says New Research

Reaching zero net emissions of carbon dioxide from energy and industry by 2050 can be accomplished by rebuilding U.S. energy infrastructure to run primarily on renewable energy, at a net

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This Cycling Group is Repairing Bikes for Free All Over the Navajo Nation

For many living on the 29,500 square miles of Navajo land in New Mexico, riding a bicycle is a way of life, yet there isn’t a single bicycle repair shop

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60 Years Ago He Couldn’t Afford College–Now He’s Donating $20M to Fulfill the Dreams of Students Today

While countless brilliant men and women don’t have college diplomas, their achievements often speak for themselves. Still, having access to higher education can be an integral stepping stone on the

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