Myles Kerr knew that being a Marine comes with a lot of responsibility, but despite the huge weight he has on his shoulders, he has not forgotten the essence of being a public servant – that of being human. Six years ago, a photo of a Marine and a young boy running a marathon immediately
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, people diagnosed with on the spectrum autism disorder face a lot communication and behavioral challenges daily. Although it can be diagnosed at any age, symptoms of this developmental disorder generally appear during the first two years of life. Among other things, they may find it difficult to
More than earning some money for the summer, this 6-year-old boy from Denver, Colorado set up a lemonade stand to raise funds for a much greater purpose. Brady Campbell might be smiling in the photo below, but behind that wide grin is a horrible family tragedy that happened just the day before this picture was
Root beer wins over lemonade for this 11-year-old boy from Utah. Lemonade is a staple drink during hot summer days. When the warmer months come, we see kids putting up stands to sell this beverage because they know people would buy it. After all, who doesn’t love its refreshingly sweet and tangy flavor? While most
Jonah Larson, an 11-year-old boy from La Cross, Wisconsin, is a certified crochet prodigy and orphanage in Ethiopia is the recipient of his awesome talent. The young boy first went viral after an article about him was published in a local paper last January, where his incredible crocheting skill was featured. Crocheting is a hobby
It’s not an easy battle to face, but five-year-old Oscar Saxelby-Lee from St John’s, Worcester, has constantly kept a grateful attitude – smiling bright like the real trooper he is – despite the fact that he is suffering from T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, a rare type of cancer. This trait is what endeared the nation
911 is the hotline to call for emergency and life-threatening situations. Dispatchers are trained not just to receive incoming emergency calls, but also to prioritize calls based on the nature of the crisis, to provide instructions on life-saving emergency medical interventions, and to dispatch the proper emergency personnel. On top of that, they are also
If you were the only person who can save someone else’s life, would you do it? For some, this may be a difficult question. Who would not have thought so? After all, it is a matter of life and death. It is a situation that might save someone’s life, or possibly endanger yours in exchange.