One Pound Baby Goes Home After 133 Days
Russell Appold Jr. weighed only one pound when he was born. After fighting for life in neonatal ICU for 133 days, Russel finally went home on October 1st. Here’s more from Good Morning America.
Moving Closer to Sources of Ocean Plastic Pollution
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat is removing plastic from the ten rivers that carry the most pollution to the ocean.
“So if we focus on the worst rivers, we believe we can really have the fastest and most cost-effective way to close the tap and prevent more plastic from reaching the oceans in the first place,” Slat told CNN.
(I’m hoping this initiative will provide information to help decrease plastic pollution at its sources.)
This article from CNN includes an interesting video on the process.
Stolen Painting Returned 87 Years Later
In 1933, the Mosse family had to flee Berlin to escape Nazi rule. Many of their paintings, including “Winter” by American Impressionist Gari Melchers, were stolen by the Nazis. After 87 years, “Winter” was returned to the family heirs at a repatriation ceremony which took place at the FBI office in New York. Here’s the story from CNN.
Teen Girls Win International Award for App to Help Dementia
A team of Nigerian-Irish girls won an international award for the app they developed to help people with dementia. In spite of experiencing racism as mentioned in the video, the girls have kept their spirits high. You can learn more more in this article from the Good News Network.
Married Couple Reunited after 215 Days
Joseph and Eve Loreth have been married 60 years and reside at an assisted living facility in Florida. Since March, they’ve had to be separated for 215 days, with only phone calls and a few window visits, until Joseph made a full recovery from surgery. Here’s the video of their sweet reunion.
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