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Jimmy Spagnolo: Boy Celebration Dance at the End of His Chemo Treatments Will Warm Your Heart (Watch)

Jimmy Spagnolo: Boy Celebration Dance at the End of His Chemo Treatments Will Warm Your Heart (Video)

Jimmy Spagnolo, Little Boy, 6, Does The Most Adorable Dance To Celebrate End Of Chemo. Jimmy Spagnolo has lifted hearts around the world after ringing the bell at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh to celebrate the end of his chemo treatments. Dressed in his favorite Superman t-shirt, the 6-year-old literally jumped for joy and broke out in a happy dance as ... Read More »

Parkinson’s Disease: Blood Test Facilitates Parkinson Diagnosis, Says New Study

Parkinson's Disease: Blood Test Facilitates Parkinson Diagnosis, Says New Study

The Latest study shows that blood test makes Parkinson’s disease diagnosis easier circulated on the Journal of the American Academy of Neurology on Feb 28. Through blood tests, it is easier to tell apart Parkinson’s disease from similar disorders. In early stages of disease, it can be difficult to differentiate between Parkinson’s disease and atypical parkinsonism disorders (APDs) like multiple ... Read More »

Whales beached on New Zealand coast, bringing total to 650

Whales beached on New Zealand coast, bringing total to 650

Over 650 pilot whales have beached themselves on a New Zealand shore in what is considered the largest mass stranding in decades.. According to the island nation’s Department of Conservation, 650 pilot whales swam aground on Friday, Feb. 10 on Farewell Spit at the tip of South Island. About 250 to 300 of the whales were already dead when the ... Read More »

PC Organics Baby Food Pouches Recalled “Report”

PC Organics Baby Food Pouches Recalled, Report

A food recall warning that was issued on February 3rd, 2017 has been expanded to include all PC Organics baby food. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a manufacturing error “resulted in excess water in the product, which could support the growth of Clostridium Botulinum and pose a health risk to consumers.” In Ontario, the products were sold at Fortinos, ... Read More »

Climate change: Record high temperatures surge in the Eastern US

Climate change: Record high temperatures surge in the Eastern US

It does not feel like winter in the Eastern U.S. this week. Spring has already arrived in the Southeast and forecast highs are in the 70s as far north as Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, breaking records at dozens of climate-monitoring stations. In Washington, D.C., Tuesday’s morning temperature was 48 degrees, which sets a new record for warmest overnight low for ... Read More »

Orange alligator gets snapped in South Carolina “Photo”

Orange alligator gets snapped in South Carolina (Photo)

An orange-colored alligator, which admirers on social media have nicknamed “Trumpagator,” surfaced this week from the retention ponds at Tanner Plantation in Hanahan, South Carolina. Neighbors spotted the alligator and posted its picture on Facebook. There are many animals that come in surprising, bright colors—the pink grasshoppers and blue lobsters of the world. But orange alligators are likely not born ... Read More »

Rohinie Bisesar: PATH stabbing accused asks to speak to victim

Rohinie Bisesar: PATH stabbing accused asks to speak to victim

Rohinie Bisesar is set to stand trial in January 2018 for the fatal stabbing of Rosemarie Junor, 28. Rohinie Bisesar appeared in Superior Court on Wednesday and discharged respected lawyer David Connally. She made accusations of jailhouse deprivation and abuse, and asserted that something was placed inside her body before 28-year-old Rosemarie “Kimberly” Junor was fatally stabbed. Justice John McMahon ... Read More »