by Team Henné <3 / 7.19.22

The Happiness Report (7.19.22)

A bride gave away her $3,000 wedding gown on Facebook, and other women started passing theirs on too

Gwendolyn Stulgis began her wedding dress shopping experience looking for the gown that made her feel the most beautiful. 

After looking in several shops near her home, Stulgis found "the one" at a local boutique, Evaline's Bridal & Tuxedo, in Warren, Ohio: a champagne-colored wedding dress by Allure Bridals that included beading, lace, and sheer fabric on the long sleeves. But the cost was high for the bride: $3,000.

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Source: Insider

Man installing solar panels finds missing autistic girl

Jake Manna was installing solar panels in Buttermilk Bay on Wednesday when he heard there was a missing girl in the area.

Jake put the job on hold and decided to participate in the search though he did not know the area, Plymouth police said.

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A new way to prepare eggs as an antiviral

Preventative medicine is the low-cost, common-sense way of avoiding big and often expensive acute medical incidents. We don’t smoke so we don’t get cancer. We eat healthily and drink coffee in moderation to avoid bad cholesterol. Now, we could reduce the spread of viruses with simple household products. 

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Source: The Optimist Daily

Family takes kitten into their home and their bunny decides to make her his best friend

A grey kitten named Ahsoka crossed paths with an unlikely friend, Echo the bunny, and they have been a bonded pair ever since.

Ahsoka and her sibling were adopted into their new home by Ryanne and Jake Palermo, when they were 12 weeks old. Ahsoka quickly established herself as a cuddle-bug in the family.

A couple of days later, they had a meet-and-greet with the rest of the fur crew, and Echo, the only bunny in the house, commanded their attention.

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Organ recipient meets donors mother

KeShaunta Scott listened to her son's heart beat in the chest of recipient, Ryan Magill.

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Source: ABC

7-year-old saves choking classmate with moves he learned from TV medical drama

A 7-year-old boy saved a choking classmate with the Heimlich maneuver, a technique he learned from the television show "The Good Doctor."

Last month, David Diaz Jr., a second grade student at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Binghamton, New York, was rewarded for his courage for helping friend, DeAndre, who started choking during lunch.

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Source: TODAY

25-year-old rescues kids from house fire: 'I knew the next second it could be my life, but every second counted'

An Indiana police department is praising a "heroic" 25-year-old good Samaritan who rescued five children from a massive house fire.

Nicholas Bostic saved an 18-year-old who was home with her siblings, ages 1, 6 and 13, Lafayette Police Lt. Randy Sherer said. Bostic also rescued a friend of the 13-year-old who was there spending the night, Sherer said. The siblings' parents weren't home, Sherer said.

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Source: ABC