A California teen returned a lost wallet filled with cash to its original owner, who turned out to be a military veteran. According to Newsiosity, Tommy O’Connor, a high school senior, was at a 7-Eleven in Fremont, California buying a soda when he found a wallet on the ground. Much to his surprise, the wallet had $2,300 in cash inside. Rather than pocketing the money, O’Connor ran the wallet back to his school and handed…"Teen Returns Wallet Filled With Cash"
Common symptoms of headache, fatigue, bloating, cramping and general body aches are typically ignored by most people, as it is often lack of sleep, water, food or exercise that causes it. For Carla Bradbury, the stomach pains she was feeling was a sign of something much more serious. The 46-year-old didn’t think anything of the pain in her gut when it came on. “I was given a Sodastream for my birthday and thought that my…"Cancer Survivor Wants Her Story To Be A Warning To Other Women"
A North Carolina teen was pictured praying for an injured teammate on his high school football team while on the field. Dillon Goedeck was playing football alongside his best friend Grayson Bonomo when helmet-to-helmet contact with an opposing player knocked Bonomo unconscious. “I’m in disbelief that my best friend has been hurt,” Goedeck told WGHP. “I take a step to collect myself and I go and take a knee and I pray — praying for…"Student Injured During Game, Teammate Responds (Photo)"
As soon as Lizzie Velásquez went to kindergarten, she realized that she was different. And it was also the first time she was bullied. When she was born in 1989, Lizzie Velásquez weighed only 2 pounds 11 ounces (1.2 kg) and her face looked different than the other babies in the maternity ward. Her doctors diagnosed her with an extremely rare genetic disorder called Marfan syndrome, which only a few people around the world have.…"Bullies mock their daughter’s face: But look at her 25 years later when she silences all the haters"
After two years of trying to subdue her daughter’s unruly mane, a mother in Arkansas has discovered the reason behind it: a rare genetic mutation that may have also affected genius Albert Einstein. Jaili Lamb, 2, suffers from what’s known as “uncombable hair syndrome,” according to the Daily Mail. As a result, she has bright white, frizzy hair that makes it look as though she has static electricity running through her body at all times.…"Girl’s Unruly Hair Due To Rare Genetic Condition Einstein Had (Photos)"
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are one of the biggest couples in Hollywood. People can’t help but remember them as the adorable Jackie and Kelso from That 70s Show, so the fact that they are actually together now is pretty awesome. The couple has two children together: 3-year-old Wyatt and 1-year-old Dimitri. They are a perfect little family that has managed to stay out of all the Hollywood drama that so often accompanies this type…"Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Won’t Give Their Kids Christmas Gifts For A Very Good Reason"
A 12-year-old white girl faced intense scrutiny after posting photos of herself online with a new hairdo that some say should only be for black people. According to B. Scott, Mallory Merk posted selfies of her box braids online to show them off to her friends, but unexpectedly faced a barrage of negative comments. “The point we are trying to make is that its offensive all we have is our culture nd whether u knew…"White 12-Year-Old Sparks Outrage After Posting Picture Of Her New Hairstyle; Is It Inappropriate? (Photo)"
11-year-old Bella suffers from a rare progressive disorder called Morquio Syndrome that effects her mobility. Her mother decided that she needed a service animal, and Bella fell in love with her new best friend, George, while volunteering at Service Dog Project, Inc. Since that day, the two have been inseperable and Bella goes on to say in the video that she knew when she met George that he needed her as much as she needed…"The Incredible Story Of How This Service Dog Helped This Little Girl Will Warm Your Heart"
There are many different ways to try and rehabilitate inmates in prison. Tests have proven that certain methods and activities can actually improve the well-being of the prisoners. In fact, prisoners from The Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center (CPDRC) in the Philippines are known for using dance as a form of therapy. Many of their routines are choreographed to music from the ‘King of Pop’, Michael Jackson. Numerous inmates at the CPDRC became famous…"Hundreds Of Prisoners Perform Michael Jackson Classic In Powerful And Flawless Dance Routine."
The murder of 6-year-old Adam Walsh in 1981 has captivated the country for decades. The child’s severed head was found more than 100 miles from his home, but his body was never found. The details of the murder and who the murderer is have been shrouded in mystery. Now, a true crime author has a new theory: Adam Walsh might not have been killed. The common belief about what happened to Adam is that he…"Another Theory About Adam Walsh’s Murder Emerges"