Britney Spear’s “Toxic” Helps Child Recover From Stroke

Here’s the clear winner for heartwarming pop story of the day: a 13-year-old girl from Alabama has shared a touching story on Facebook about how Britney Spears’ 2003 hit single “Toxic” helped her recover from a brain aneurysm and stroke, and wants to thank the pop superstar for her role in her miraculous return to […]


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Special Olympics Participant Is Ready After Being Told He’d Die 21 Years Ago

Matthew Hernandez is living proof that you can overcome situations that look impossible. He’s set to compete in kayaking at the Special Olympics World Games, 21 years after it looked like there was no hope for his life. Three months after he was born, doctors diagnosed him with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, a rare genetic condition. They […]

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LEGO Searching For New Environmentally Friendly Material

LEGO’s toy dominance over the last half century has been built on petroleum-based plastics. The toy company is investing hundreds of millions of dollars dedicated to research, development and implementation of new, sustainable, raw materials to manufacture LEGO elements as well as packaging materials. By 2030, the Danish-based toy company says that their plastic bricks will no longer […]

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