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Johns Hopkins is Offering Free Online Course in Psychological First Aid

The class, which is being offered through the online educational platform Coursera, is currently being taken by more than 200,000 people around the...

Buried Roman City Mapped in Stunning Detail Using Ground-Penetrating Radar

The Roman city of Falerii Novi has been mapped in stunning detail using ground-penetrating radar, revealing impressive monuments and a public bath complex. The...

The First U.S. Woman To Walk in Space Just Traveled to The Ocean’s Deepest Depth

Setting records, Dr. Kathy Sullivan, the first woman to walk in space, becomes the first woman and human to visit ocean’s deepest point—and...

Simple Injection Could Be the Cure for Wrestlers and Athletes Suffering From ‘Cauliflower Ear’

A team of researchers has managed to bioprint normal-looking tissue for mice with deformed ears—a treatment could work for humans with cauliflower ears. The...

Remarkable Teen Leads Peaceful Detroit Protest, Gets Call From Mayor: ‘I saw your leadership; I’m in tears.’

The Detroit Mayor lauded 16-year-old Stefan Perez who led a peaceful protest in the city making sure everyone obeyed curfew and stayed safe. The...

People Are Installing Portable Hand-Washing Sinks for the Homeless in Cities Across the US

Love Beyond Walls has helped install sinks in areas commonly populated by rough sleepers from New York City to New Orleans and Atlanta. The...

As Coal Usage Declines, New Study Finds Dramatic Decrease in Asthma Symptoms and Hospitalizations

According to research conducted around four coal-powered plants in Louisville, Kentucky, retiring coal has a noticeable effect on people's health. The post As Coal...

Americans Who Drink This Much Water a Day Were More Likely to Report Feeling ‘Very Happy’

This poll says the more water you drink, the happier you feel—and those who feel they “don't drink enough water” more commonly reported...

These New Solar-Pavement Driveways Made of Plastic Bottles Can Power the Average Household

You've already heard about solar-paneled rooftops, but now, a company from Hungary is powering residential homes with solar driveways. The post These New Solar-Pavement...

5 of the World’s Top Humanitarians and their Unseen Mothers who Empowered them to Succeed

Indigo Holtz As Mother's Day approaches, most successful people have Mothers and Grandmothers to thank for shaping them into...

Pilot Episode of Good News Network on TV Premieres With a Few Laughs! (WATCH)

Our first-ever TV show has just launched on YouTube. The GNN-TV pilot, "Quarantine Edition, was developed and produced in just 2 weeks with...

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Destroyer USS John McCain Transits Taiwan Strait as Chinese Carrier Strike Group Drills Nearby

USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) conducted a routine Taiwan Strait transit April 7, 2021. US Navy Photo A U.S. guided-missile destroyer transited the...

Ebola virus disease – Guinea

On 14 February 2021, the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Guinea informed WHO of a cluster of Ebola Virus Source link

Hate speech and violence still rising against Roma despite recognition gains, says rights expert

More must be done to tackle online hate speech against minorities including the Roma and Sinti, who continue to be scapegoated for spreading...

SCA/I Chapters Reach Out for Christmas

We are thankful for all of our chapters, centers, and affiliates who reached out with the love of Jesus during this season: SC Baltimore...