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This Week's Featured Shows
The Good News Network
04/25/15 12:40 pm
A start-up plans to help solve the world’s climate problems by using drones to plant forests of seedlings. “We are going to counter industrial scale deforestation using industrial scale reforestation,” says Lauren Fletcher, the founder of BioCarbon Engineering. The environmental engineer who worked 20 years with NASA wants to use
The post Ex-NASA Engineer to Plant One Billion Trees a Year Using Drones appeared first on Good News Network.
04/25/15 11:09 am
Gaurang Damani was so tired of the dirt and stench in a Mumbai train station that he regularly wrote letters to the Central Railway to complain. Finally, the company offered the option to Damani and his non-profit organization to adopt the station and clean it up themselves. The NGO, Karmayogi
The post How 550 Volunteers Transformed a Filthy, Waste-filled Train Station in India appeared first on Good News Network.
04/25/15 9:52 am
After eleven days of being inexplicably paralyzed from the waist down, a sudden recovery brought Bailey Murrill back on her feet again. The video below shows Bailey surprising her favorite nurse with the miracle. Bailey rolls down the hallway in a wheelchair toward the nurse, pretending still to be immobile. The
The post Nurse Squeals With Surprise to Find Her Paralyzed Patient Walks (WATCH) appeared first on Good News Network.
04/25/15 9:00 am
A lot of fancy threads get left behind at the dry cleaners, but they were put to good use this week, after a group of Korean-American dry cleaners donated 2,000 pieces of unclaimed clothing to New York City’s most needy. 80 boxes of coats, suits, shirts and pants were collected
The post NYC’s Korean Dry Cleaners Donate 2000 Unclaimed Items to Homeless appeared first on Good News Network.
04/25/15 8:02 am
A study of 96,000 children shows that the chances of a child developing autism is the same whether they receive the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine or not. The study looked at insurance claims for children born between 2001 and 2007. It found 0.7% of unvaccinated children developed Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
The post Another Study Shows No Link Between Autism, MMR Vaccine appeared first on Good News Network.