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25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 78

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. Hawaii seems poised to ban coral-damaging sunscreen: It would be the first state to prohibit the use of sunscreen containing ingredients that scientists say harm sea life. – Source

2. Missing 3 y/o found safe next morning with faithful old dog keeping her safe. – Source

3. Indian priest carries member of lower caste into the temple to symbolically protest caste oppression. – Source

4. Alberta woman 1st adult in Canada to be “cured” of sickle cell anemia through stem cell transplant. – Source

5. The first person in the world to receive two facial transplants says he is feeling well, three months after his latest groundbreaking operation. – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. Plastic-eating enzyme accidentally created by scientists could help solve pollution crisis. – Source

7. “Nerves of steel”: She calmly landed the Southwest flight, just as you’d expect of a former fighter pilot. – Source

8. A 29-year-old man saved numerous lives during Tennessee Waffle House shooting, police say. – Source

9. Florida Teacher helps end school shooting by talking to shooter until police arrive. – Source

10. Researchers find a genetic cause for Alzheimer’s, possible method to reverse it. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. “We don’t put an expiration date on our dogs,” Lya explains. “Some are really ill, some are on their last leg, so it’s important to us that they have at least a good memory of their time on Earth when it’s time to leave.” – Source

12. 81-year-old Japanese man leaps into the river to save drowning 86-year-old woman. – Source

13. Homeless veteran to move into childhood home thanks for the help of local volunteers. – Source

14. A 96-year-old woman in Mexico is fulfilling her dream of finishing high school by her 100th birthday, “Now I can write letters to my boyfriends,” she said with a laugh. – Source

15. California tortoise with cracked shell gets $4,000 repair. – Source

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