...with Down Syndrome
This is a time of great opportunity where humanity actully gets to stand in their power, we can change the world. It's that simple...
Every day in every way we need to remember who we are. The time is now. &there is no turning back anymore...
A piece of skin the size of a nickel, when placed inside a revolutionary Swiss bioengineering machine, can create a skin graft the size of a manhole cover.
Four years ago, Marek and Ko Bush were $125,000 in debt, then they downsized into a tiny home, paid off their debt (in just 2 years), started a family, sold the wee shelter, and bought a traditionally-sized home.
"We remember her love, strength and character -- qualities that made her a force for good around the world, changing countless lives for the better," William, 39, and Harry, 36, said in a rare joint statement.
A baby born weighing less than a pound has beaten the odds and celebrated his first birthday, becoming the most premature baby to survive, according to Guinness World Records.
There's been a lot of talk about vaccines these days, but not for bees. But a Cornell student has figured that since our most important pollinators are regularly exposed to lethal pesticides, there ought to be talk about a bee vaccine.
...that they will no longer be forced to wear masks in the classroom. Then try to tell me that masks on kids are no big deal
A poll of 2,000 people found horticulture has enjoyed a renaissance among 18 to 34 year-olds during lockdown.
Nicaraguan boy, 10, who was abandoned by smugglers and was found crying alone in the desert is reunited with his mother
"...we're not being free here..."
A little inspiration for the crazy world we live in. We got this, friends. Turn it up loud, feel it in your soul and remember who we really are. We are the power.
One of the most inspirational speeches in recorded history was given by a comedian by the name of Charlie Chaplin in the movie "The Great Dictator".
#saveamerica? #rebirthofamerica? #thehiphoppatriot
He may be best known for his delightful rooftop dance moves while playing a chimney sweep in Mary Poppins, but Dick Van Dyke hasn't quietly slipped into retirement since his breakthrough 1964 role.
WOW! It's really happening...
A patient with a genetic form of childhood blindness gained vision, which lasted more than a year, after receiving a single injection of an experimental RNA therapy into the eye.
Congratulations to my friend Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs on being inducted into the 2021 WWE Hall of Fame. Glenn is not just a champion in the wrestling ring, but a champion in the fight for liberty.
--and left her unable to eat sobs with joy as she gets a stunning new set of pearly whites during $30,000 smile makeover
...Firings Ensue. Tim, Ian, and Lydia invite conservative activist and leader of big-city cleanup crew Scott Presler to analyze the recent slump for media execs who are now being forced to fire employees in the post-Trump age.
An intentional community in rural Uganda is drawing on green technology, local resources, and old-school philosophy to create a thriving village.
Surprised by Kevin Hart And Scholarships When the pandemic turned in-person learning virtual for the students at a Washington, D.C. high school, one chemistry teacher didn't take long to get creative with his lessons.
In this clip of the Tim and John show we ask author G Edward Griffin what his outlook on the future is and why he's so confident that the future will be bright. G Edward Griffin also gives us his take on the Wall street bets/ Robinhood debacle, and t
'They are just a detail': Brazilian ballerina, 16, who was born without arms becomes social media sensation as she inspires millions with videos of her performances
Life on the bachelor bus: Massachusetts man, 27, spends $24,000 transforming an old school bus into a dream traveling home with electric fireplace and rooftop terrace after losing his job and fiancé during the pandemic
Matt Ridley and I discuss, among other topics, economic optimism, trade through the reciprocity of nations, enlightened self-interest, virtues relation to trade, feeding nine billion people, the triumphs of cities, escape of Malthusian population tra