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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 129

16-20 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

16. Guinness will stop using plastic in beer multipacks. – Source

17. Anti-vaxxers banned from raising money on GoFundMe. – Source

18. Children 17 and under will get free admission to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures forever thanks to a grant from the George Lucas Family Foundation. – Source

19. Hawaiian Hibiscus flower thought extinct rediscovered by drone. – Source

20. Man offers to sell his car to save his dog’s life before the community comes to the rescue. – Source

21-25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

21. Former poachers swap guns for cameras to save Russia’s Snow Leopard. – Source

22. Help on wheels: Ohio couple’s carts help disabled dogs stay mobile. – Source

23. Uber rolls out feature for women drivers to request women riders in Saudi Arabia. – Source

24. The University of Kentucky offering $1 lunches after students go on hunger strike for basic needs. – Source

25. Hazara girl who escaped persecution in Pakistan wins a scholarship to Harvard. Batool earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry while commuting four hours every day and sewing clothes to support her family’s income. – Source

 

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  • Conflicted about #17 (anti-Vaxxers banned from raising $ on GFM):
    1. I’m a surgeon – am pro-vaccine & have little patience for these anti-vaxx fools.
    2. However… in the US, we’re all about free speech & liberty in thought; troubled at the idea of a group being “banned”.
    3. However, contradictory to my point in #2… freedom of speech is only a protection against prosecution by government. Private entities aren’t required to permit unlimited speech.
    Given the above 3 points, am conflicted about #17.
    Either way: get your vaccines & get your kids vaccinated. Traditional Childhood Vaccines are LITERALLY a hundred times safer than antibiotics. More recent vaccines aren’t supported by such strong data (flu, HPV, varicella), simply because they haven’t been around long enough. But my family gets the flu shot. My son got the varicella vaccine & he will get his HPV vaccines when he is older (especially since he isn’t circumcised, sorry that may be TMI, but I’m trying to educate people here).

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