This week’s issue of Time magazine features a cover story on attachment parenting, a controversial form of child-rearing that involves breastfeeding to an older age, co-sleeping and wearing children in slings. It also features a cover image of a mother breastfeeding her three-year-old son that’s sure to raise a few eyebrows.
A young cancer patient has turned his battle with leukemia into a heartfelt, inspirational video. Published to YouTube over the weekend, this moving tribute to young people fighting cancer has gone already gone viral with more than 250,000 views.
When sleep strikes a child, it can do so at the most inopportune time, even in the middle of a tasty snack. But the adorable kid in this video doesn’t let that stop him as he snoozes and noshes on an ice cream cone at the same time.
Who among us hasn’t eaten something off the floor as long as it sat there for three seconds or less? Well, it turns out there may be some truth to the “three second rule,” but it has more to do with the type of food than how long it lingers on the ground.
People always say, “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” but Dawn Loggins, an 18-year-old student from North Carolina, actually experienced this life lesson in one of the most heart-wrenching ways.
Finding herself homeless several times and earning a living as her high school’s janitor, her dreams of a better life finally came true when she got accepted to Harvard University.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett may be billionaires, but that does not mean their entrepreneurial skills serve them well in the sports arena.
The duo decided to test their luck with ping-pong by going up against 16-year-old Ariel Hsing, who recently qualified for the US Olympic table tennis team, at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting this weekend.
Steve Jobs may have been a tech visionary, but if this long-lost nine-minute film from 1984 is any indication, his acting skills left a bit to be desired. In the video, Jobs plays none other than the 32nd president of the United States Franklin Delano Roosevelt. (Yes, you read that right.)
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