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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 58

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Aldi to give away all its unsold fresh food to less fortunate individuals on Christmas Eve. – Source

2. My community came together to buy a new bike for a woman who had hers stolen. She lives with cerebral palsy and used her bike as transportation to all destinations. – Source

3. A month after going missing, Squishy the cat is found 80 miles away in SF. – Source

4. Police officer adopts homeless opioid-addicted newborn. – Source

5. Blind triplets credit their father with helping them earn the highest rank in Boy Scouts. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Children suffering from anxiety and depression will be offered to counsel at school under government plans to tackle a widely reported crisis in young people’s mental health attempt to stop any psychological difficulties deepening into lifelong issues. – Source

7. Scientists in South Korea think they’ve found a cure for baldness. – Source

8. Wyoming police took an innocent man’s $91,800. After a Vox report, he will get it back. – Source

9. Dog the Bounty Hunter says wife Beth is cancer-free. – Source

10. Woman with Down’s syndrome makes history at Miss USA state pageant. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Parents now spend twice as much time with their children as 50 years ago. – Source

12. China is taking its multibillion-yuan toilet revolution nationwide as the door closes on a three-year bathroom blitz at tourist sites. Chinese President Xi Jinping said public toilets throughout the country from rural villages to urban areas should be upgraded to help improve living standards. – Source

13. 7-year-old Girl with Dravet syndrome, gets medicinal cannabis licence. – Source

14. A survivalist filled his massive basement with food then decided Puerto Ricans needed it more. – Source

15. Church creates Charity Vending Machine. You can buy goats, chickens, shoes, and more for people in 3rd world countries. – Source

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