Anthony Lyons is battling cancer every day of his life. It is hard to make someone feel better going through this at a young age. But, for Anthony there is one thing he can always count on to make him smile.
When he is in the hospital he tends to miss his dogs and the fact that they cannot be there with him. So his family came up with a great idea to create a Facebook page, in which people can send Anthony pictures of dogs to make him smile. The feedback was overwhelming! He was sent MILLIONS of dogs from people all around the world just so he can be happy. It is people like this who go though terrible drama just to live healthier. Please keep Anthony and his family in your prayers!
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This adorable 2-year-old was caught on camera by her mommy is ice-fishing. In her learning process, something amazing happens.
She gets a FISH ON THE LINE! But that is not even the best part of the video. Watching her give everything into trying to reel it in is a priceless moment. Her father tells her that she has to reel it in on her own. Without hesitation, she uses all her might to keep reeling until she pulls the fish up.
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This fluffy adorable puppy is ready to snuggle with his owner. After lounging around all day, she decides it is time to hug her best friend.
After seeing this you will be SMILING for the whole day. Be sure to share this with the one you love most and it will show them your love towards them. Any of us that own an animal, know that when times get rough we can always rely on them to bring us happiness and unconditional love.
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Russia has awarded its largest scientific grant ever to Moscow State University that will allow the school to proceed with a project called "Noah's Ark, "which inspires to be the world's first DNA databank consisting of genetic material from every living and extinct creature, which they will house in a giant ark.
The approval of the approximate $194 million government grant was first reported last week by Russia's English outlet RT, and will require not only building a 430-square-kilometer ark, but also the daunting task of actually collecting DNA from every living creature and the ones that have long been extinct.
"I call the project 'Noah's Ark,'" MSU Rector Viktor Sadivnichy told journalists. "It will involve the creation of a depository — a databank for the storing of every living thing on Earth, including not only living, but disappearing and extinct organisms. This is the challenge we have set for ourselves." more >>
A dog is known as a "man's best friend." We have heard that phrase many times, and from time to time we can really apply it to real life situations. In this case, the dog does something to save one of the neighbors living next to it.
After being trapped in a house for a while, this lady couldn't seem to find her way out. After, the home completely caught fire, an older woman got stuck in her garage. She was losing all hope and terrified until the neighbors came to the rescue. Thank God the dog had realized someone was in trouble and went back to warn its owners.
The neighbors are the heroes for pulling the woman out of this life-threatening situation. But, the ultimate hero is the dog. He saw that a woman had been in trouble and barked to warn everyone around the area. more >>
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment recently announced the discovery of a new tick-borne disease in Kansas called the Bourbon virus after concluding that it may have killed a man in Bourbon County this summer.
They also revealed that they don't yet know enough about the virus to stop it and want residents to take precautions to avoid it.
In a carefully worded release Monday, the KDHE noted: "This is the first known case of Bourbon virus, which has been named after Bourbon County, where the patient had lived. Because of the patient's symptoms and changes in blood counts, it was believed that the resident had a tick-borne illness, such as ehrlichiosis or the Heartland virus disease. However, specimens taken from the resident tested negative for known tick-borne diseases, and after further investigation it was determined to be a new, never before seen, virus. It is not known if Bourbon virus was the cause of death or how much it contributed to the resident's death." more >>