Mikayla Holmgren Becomes First Ever Participant in Miss Minnesota with Down’s Syndrome
Posted on : 12-06-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Mikayla Holmgren has proven that perseverance and personality are just as important as flawless beauty in the Miss USA pageant. She recently became the first ever participant with Down’s Syndrome to have a chance to become Miss Minnesota. This was certainly not a whim or a charity case. The 22-year-old is a veteran of the junior pageant circuit and was awarded Miss Minnesota Junior Miss Amazing back in 2015. She went on to represent Minnesota in the national Junior Miss Amazing competition held in Los Angeles. While Mikayla didn’t win…
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South Korea Is Assisting Helping The World Solve A Common Problem
Posted on : 12-05-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
An experiment in South Korea is changing the world forever. This test has to do with hair. After removing hair from several rodents, a chemical was injected into them that caused their hair to grow back in a short amount of time. Doctors who have studied this discovery believe it should have the same effect on humans. Doctors this can help both men and women, especially those fighting diseases like cancer. This chemical was created at Yonsei University. A scientific lab team working at Yonsei has been searching for a…
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An Unexpected Gift
Posted on : 12-04-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In a recent inspirational post published by the BBC News Outlet, Bailey Sanders discussed her emotional response to receiving her final love letter from her now deceased father. Sander's father passed away from cancer several years ago, leaving both Baily and her mother with an enormous loss. Sanders stated, in the piece, that she missed her father dearly and looked forward to the time where she would reunite with him in eternal life. Sander's Instagram post, where the final letter was originally posted, received hundreds of thousands of comments, with…
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Houston Tackles Diabetes with Compassion
Posted on : 12-03-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The Huffington Post recently published an article on the uplifting and heart-warming plan that Houston has embraced for helping people manage their diabetes. Nutritionist Joy Ashby Cornthwaite has been involved with Cities Changing Diabetes ever since the program launched in Houston and is working diligently to change the course that many elderly Houston resident are on in developing diabetes. Houston is considered one of the most obese cities in the U.S. and is slated to be home to one in five adults with diabetes by 2045. Patients who suffer from…
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Helping A Young Girl Walk Normal Again
Posted on : 12-02-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Saya is a four-year-old girl who lives in a little town in Australia. Like most children her age, Saya loves watching television, playing games, and eating ice cream. What makes Saya different from all other children her age is the fact that she has cerebral palsy. She has suffered from this since the day she was born, and she often feels depressed about it. Saya has a lot of hope for battling her sickness, but this dream comes with a price. In order to get Saya to the United States…
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