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This 17-Yr-Old Girl’s DIY Science Project Can Be The Ultimate Lifesaver. GENIUS!

Best science project ever.

Jessa Ventures





Kidney problems are common and the number of people suffering from kidney cancer and kidney disease is increasing. Those with kidney disease develop life-threatening kidney failure, requiring treatment with dialysis.

Unfortunately, not everyone are capable of accessing hospital facilities especially those people in developing countries. These inevitable facts inspired the 17-year-old Anya Pogharian when she thought of making the kidney dialysis more affordable and readily accessible to those who need it after being a volunteer at Montreal General Hospital’s dialysis unit.

Her idea was soon realized when she personally designed and built an at-home dialysis machine for her senior science project. She spent 300 hours working on it, even more than the hours required of her.

Anya made her idea happen.


Kidneys help filter waste, excess fluid, and toxins from your blood. They are also important for blood cell production and bone health.

If the kidney damage is severe it can lead to high blood pressure, anaemia and bone disease.

When Kidneys fail, harmful wastes build up in the body and treatment or dialysis is required to take over its job.


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A dialysis machine does what the kidneys are supposed to do: it cleans and filters the blood.

As you have noticed, dialysis requires quite a complicated machine.


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Patients often need several times of dialysis treatment a week which can be performed at a hospital or at home through the hemodialysis machine. Unfortunately, the machine can cost up to $30,000.

While Anya’s invention is simpler and smaller.


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Her machine costs $500 which allows patient to do the dialysis at home sparing them from travelling to and from the hospital and helps lessen the cost for the treatment.

Watch Anya’s brilliant invention:

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Credits: Anya Pogharian

Quite a unique and useful DIY project and knowing that it’s for a great cause and can help save lives makes it even more awesome.

As of this writing, Anya will be given the chance to see if her dialysis machine works since Héma-Québec has offered her an internship that will allow her to test it on real blood.

Way to go kid!

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This Guy Transformed His 396 Square Feet Garage into an Awesome Apartment. This is So Cool!

He wanted to upgrade his garage into a livable space and decided to convert it into an apartment.

Raff Santos



To add more value to any of your property, transform it into a decent and very attractive place. However, such enticing scenario entails bigger investment. But if you are the type of person who usually wants to cut the cost and avoid spending so much money, you might want to consider to “Do It Yourself” some parts of the renovation. It might lessen the expenses, but it can be pretty much costly in terms of your time and effort.

Mikey McCartney, shared his photos and story on how he managed to transform his 396 square feet garage into a nice apartment. The place required a lot of work since it did not have yet the plumbing and electricity. Installation of the basic amenities like bathroom and kitchen also posed a big concern. It requires extensive renovations to have modern conveniences such as internet and cable TV. The perimeter walls were completely modified to add insulation, doors, air-conditioning and, of course, windows.

Check the incredible works of Mikey. Fortunately, he took photos of the “then and now” moments of the garage for you to see the amazing transformation!

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Ever Heard of Scramboiled Eggs? Kitchen Hack Shows Us How to Cook It!

How to scramble hard-boiled eggs inside their shells? Watch this video..

Jessa Ventures



Aside from making our everyday lives easy, what fascinates me about these hacks or tricks that we see online are the great minds behind them. Going through any process is tedious and knowing how to simplify everything with the help of these people can be fun.

Another result of people's ingenuity are these Scrambled Hard Boiled Eggs or what they now refer as "Scramboiled" Eggs. By now I bet you're already skeptical about this whole thing but wait 'til you see how it's done and you might want to give it a try.

What you need--a long sleeved top, a few fresh eggs, rubber bands and a little warm up for some arm-spinning. The egg should now be inserted to one of the sleeves, placed at the center and both sides are tied with a rubber band. Take the sleeve on both hands, wind it by spinning several times and then pull both ends tightly. Spin the eggs rapidly as it unwinds and make sure to do this a dozen times for each egg. Lastly, boiled the eggs and you're done. A little warning though, don't spin too hard or your eggs will go flying and you can't blame the internet.

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This Magical Table Actually Glows When The Sun Goes Down.

This glow-in-the-dark table may look high-tech and alien, but it can actually be made right at home!

Jessa Ventures



I personally love everything that is DIY and I even follow different pages and sites where I can learn, get some tips and instructions. It just brings out beauty and color to what seems usual and ordinary. From greeting cards, garlands, backdrops to home decorations and furniture, DIY is the ultimate lifesaver!

Matt Brown, a certified DIY-er and designer came up with something unique and refreshing for an invention. If you haven't heard about the glowing table, then prepare to be amazed. Yes, he is the man!

The beautiful glow-in-the-dark table is made out of Pecky Cypress wood planks, blue "glowing" powder and resin. Only those three materials are needed plus some knowledge about woodworking and you're  all set. According to Matt, naturally formed voids in the hardwood are filled with photoluminescent  glow-in-the-dark powder mixed with clear casting resin creating an extraordinary table that glows in the dark after charging up on sunlight. This vibrant shade of blue can shimmer in the dark for periods of up to 20 minutes.

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