39 Missing Children Rescued

This week, US Marshals revealed that over three dozen missing children were recovered in the state of Georgia during a two-week sting dubbed “Operation Not Forgotten.” According to reports, Thursday, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr praised the rescue effort which was conducted in Atlanta and Macon, saying: “I cannot say enough about Operation Not Forgotten and the men … Continue reading 39 Missing Children Rescued

Africa Free of Wild Polio

Africa has been declared free from wild polio, after decades of work by a coalition of international health bodies, national and local governments, community volunteers and survivors. Four years after the last recorded cases of wild polio in northern Nigeria, the Africa Regional Certification Commission (ARCC) on Tuesday certified that the continent is now free … Continue reading Africa Free of Wild Polio

Police Officer Saves Man In Wheelchair From Getting Hit By A Train

"Typically, when we hear about police bodycam footage in the news, it’s because a cop did something bad and needs to be held accountable. But thankfully, this daring tale of police rescue is not one of those stories! Lodi, California police officer Erika Urrea had been patrolling near the Union Pacific Railroad tracks on Wednesday morning … Continue reading Police Officer Saves Man In Wheelchair From Getting Hit By A Train

Large Blue Butterfly Returns

The biggest reintroduction to date of the large blue has led to the rare butterfly flying on a Cotswold hillside where it has not been seen for 150 years. About 750 butterflies emerged on to Rodborough Common in Gloucestershire this summer after 1,100 larvae were released last autumn following five years of innovative grassland management to create … Continue reading Large Blue Butterfly Returns

Breakthrough for Dyslexia

An LED lamp that helps people with dyslexia read “effortlessly” There may not be any current pharmaceutical treatment for dyslexia, but scientists have designed a new type of lamp that could be game-changing for people with learning disabilities. While the cause of dyslexia is still somewhat mysterious, the researchers found that the disorder can be … Continue reading Breakthrough for Dyslexia

How ‘lockdown birdwatching’ is helping Australia

Birdwatching has boomed during the Covid-19 lockdown in Australia, and it's having an unexpected benefit. Scientists have been using an increase in data on bird identification apps to help with conservation efforts after Australia's devastating bushfires. Read about an exceptional turn around during so much going on. Read the article