It pays to teach our kids how to be alert, intelligent and relaxed. Because in emergency situations, when all adults cannot be obtained help from, the kids can pretty much do wonders! We admire children who show great talent and brightness beyond their years, and in this story we found, we think we found the perfect example for that.
Meet Madison, the 6-year-old girl who saved two lives with her simple ingenuity and quick response. Her mother 30-year-old mother, Jovanna collapsed in Southern California on Saturday due to a diabetic comma. Jovanna’s fiancé was currently at work and no other adults were around, but that did not cause Madison to cry or panic like kids are expected to do. Instead, she picked up her mother’s phone and contacted her grandparents living in Japan for help. The call was successful and soon enough, rescue came to them after her grandparents contacted 911.
“Madison contacted my parents telling them I was frozen,” Nunez told NBC News. “My eyes were wide open, I was unresponsive… My parents live in Japan and they were the ones who told her to call 911.”
Jovanna was revived successfully as the paramedics arrived just in time. She was brought to the hospital for treatment of low blood sugar, and subsequently recovered. During her admission, it was also found that Jovanna was three months pregnant! This meant that Madison save two lives!
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Miracle Son Recounts How His Father Reacted When He Was Diagnosed With Cancer as a Kid.
The bond between this father and son is truly priceless!
Our parents are the most capable people in the world who can give us unconditional love that is so immense, it is beyond belief. We think it is not just because it is their responsibility to care for their children, but more so because it is but natural for them to feel that strong affection towards their offspring. Ultimately, there is no explanation too deep that can ever define a parent's love for their child.
For many, their parents are their heroes. Take this man for an example. At age 13, he was told that he was gonna die due to his cancer diagnosis. He said it was the first time that he saw his dad cry upon learning his prognosis. The scene made a striking impact on him ever since. When his dad, who is a member of the marines, was asked to join a three-year tour, he immediately refused to go and said that he didn't care of the consequences, he won't go because his son has cancer. These are just some of the fond memories that this man had with his 'hero'. There are so many more touching events that he recalled in the video below.
Watch his full gratitude testament here:
Meet the World’s First ‘Pho-DOG-rapher’ Who Uses A Camera That Shoots Every Time It Gets Excited!
The dog’s camera is connected to a Bluetooth device that detects heart beat changes. When the heart beat increases, the camera shoots a photo!
Photography has received increasing popularity recently. With bloggers, travelers and social media users turning to beautiful photos to heightened their interests, different cameras have been developed to suit up everyone's needs. But what we did not see coming was a camera especially made for dogs!
Nikon recently developed “Heartography,” a technology that enables dogs to shoot photos by connecting a camera to a heart monitor via Bluetooth. Every time the dog's heart beat increases, the heart monitor detects it and instantly snaps a photo. The changes in the dog's heart beat may be brought about by excitement, fear or other strong feelings. With this, we can know how a dog's day had been - what excited it during the day, who it encountered and basically how its day went. We are just not sure if this will hit store racks anytime soon.
For its promotional video, Nikon Asia dubbed a dog named Grizzler as the world's first "pho-dog-grapher" to try their new technology.
Free Box Given to Expectant Parents in Finland Contains Awesome Baby Stuff. WOW!
Free boxes given to expectant parents in Finland for baby’s safety and well-being.
Babies in cribs are not new to us, but it doesn't work like that in this particular country where babies comfortably sleep in a box. It may sound strange, but the said box has been loved by many families in Finland. An old tradition which started in 1938, each box is given to expectant parents or mothers for free by the Finnish government, Kela and has also become part of their culture.
What's inside the box?-- mattress, sleeping bag, baby clothes like overalls, body suits, and romper suits, bath products, outdoor gear, cloth nappy set, picture book, teething toy, bra pads, and even condoms.
Regardless of one's background, religion, ethnicity or income level, all expectant mothers are provided with such box. It used to be only available to families with lower incomes but was expanded to include everyone in 1949 to encourage pregnant women to go to the doctor so as to avoid complications. This caused the infant mortality rate in Finland to drop. Although it's not mandatory to take the box, 95% of them go for it instead of the cash grant of 140 euros....