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Mom And 3 Daughters Are Born With Rare Phenomenon That Makes Long Hair Grow Indefinitely

In a small-town of Illinois lives a real-life family of Rapunzels. Tere Lynn Russell’s flowing brown hair is 74 inches long, which is more than twice the normal length hair normally reaches. That’s because she was born with a bizarre genetic condition that makes her hair grow indefinitely — and it’s trait she passed down to all three of her daughters. This exceptionally rare genetic cha

28+ Before & After Pics Showing How The World Has Changed Over Time By Re.Photos

We are a group of people who love re-photographies (“before and after”, “then and now”) because of their potential to tell fascinating stories with just two pictures. There wasn’t really a central hub for this kind of art so we got to work and built re.photos. It’s a website that enables people to browse hundreds of pictures or upload and align their own. Today we would like to shar

Couple builds greenhouse around home to grow food and keep warm

The old saying goes: those who live in a glass house shouldn’t throw stones. But they never said anything about fruits and vegetables. For one family in Sweden, living in a glass house is a reality. Well, sort of. They actually built a greenhouse around their home! A Greenhouse to a Green Home (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Charles Sacilotto and Marie Grammar

Man Dies Hours After His Wife Of 73 Years. His Last Words To Her Made Me Cry!!

One of the last pictures of Helen and Joe together. Helen and Joe Auer were together for 73 years - longer than a lot of people live. As reported by the Daily Mail, they survived World War II and the Great Depression together, and even though they were simple, humble people, they always found a way to keep their 10 children happy, healthy, and in school. When Helen passed away at 94 yea

After Being Diagnosed With Cancer, I Traveled To The 7 Wonders Of The World In 13 Days

12 countries – 15 flights – 28,211 total miles traveled – 5 hotel night stays – 1 confiscated tripod – 7 wonders – 13 days. I fell 50-feet climbing in Yosemite, got hit by a car and then diagnosed with skin cancer, all in one month. Two weeks later, I decided to see the 7 New Wonders of the World in just 13 days with a new outlook on life: to live more now. Day 1: Chichen Itza

BREAKING. Teachers warn extremism policy prevents open debate

Teachers have warned that the government's anti-extremism strategy is "shutting down" open debate in school. The National Union of Teachers conference voted for the government's Prevent strategy to be withdrawn from schools and colleges. Delegates said it created "suspicion and confusion" rather than safety in schools. The Department for Education says it "makes no apology" for protecting you

Nurse Sings With Young Patient Before Surgery In This Heartwarming Clip

Having any kind of medical procedure done can be a scary experience, especially if the patient is very young. You don’t always understand what’s going on, or what has to be done. Medical terms get confusing, and at the end of the day, all the patient wants is a little comfort and reassurance that everything is going to be all right. That comfort can come in many forms. For many, it’s just

Does Appearance Change How People Are Treated?

This is a great social experiment… A man falls in the street; people help no matter their appearance… Well… check this video…

WATCH: Bullies Picked On Him Everyday, Until He Started Doing One Simple Thing To Turn It Around

Unfortunately in today's world, a lot of children are subjected to all kinds of messages from the media about how to be, how to act, and what to do. On top of this, some children are subjected to other kinds of messaging, which comes in the form of bullying. In the U.S. about thirty percent of teenagers have been subjected to bullying. There are four types of bullying: physical, verbal, emotiona

A Thought Provoking Campaign That Represents People With Disabilities

Disabled mannequins were displayed at Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse. They were placed between the perfect mannequins. Some have malformed spines, others have shortened limbs, but they are all modelling the latest fashion. This campaign was started to celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The company who hosted it Pro Infirmis, is a group representing disabled people. The