I WROTE AN ESSAY TWO DAYS AGO ABOUT HAMLET THAT’S ABOUT THIS PRECISE THING
I USED A LOT OF THE SAME WORDS AND EVERYTHING
THIS IS WACKY
Hey look, a first kiss video with queer people, people of color, and a better body type representation.
Also, they aren’t actors/models! Real people!
THIS IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE OTHER ONE
this just gave me so many more feelings than the other one. i spent the whole time going “oh my god, this is so cute. woahhh look at that new couple right there. fuck this is so cute.”
I squealed when the one guy kissed the other guy’s forehead! AHHHH
Whenever that guy just looks at him and starts kissing him again is too sweet and cute!!!
Bless You Josh Hutcherson; finally someone who has sense
How can people not love him tho
He is so amazing, and so many people overlook that.
Electronic Skin Delivers Drugs, Stores Data
Average life expectancy has nearly doubled since 1800, thanks to progress in medicine. Most of that was made by developing drugs and improving public health services. The medical revolution of the 21st century is going to be different. With greater understanding of our genes, we will need treatments that are more personalized.
In pursuit of that goal, researchers have developed a wearable patch that can monitor your health, store and transmit data and deliver drugs when needed. Such a device has instant applications for those suffering from diabetes or heart diseases. In the future it could be used more generally, to keep track of health.
Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/news/2014/04/electronic-skin-delivers-drugs-stores-data
So you might know Jessi from SciShow Talk Show. She and her husband run a small business educating people about wildlife with abandoned or displaced exotic animal that can’t be released into the wild. She’s brought in all kinds of amazing animals for us to share with our audience; the Prehensile-Tailed Porcupine probably being the most famous.
Jessi and her husband Augusto recently adopted twin, two-month old boys. A couple of months later, one of them, Jackson, was diagnosed with a rare seizure disorder that is interfering with his development. The insurance is covering his wheel chair and medications, but they won’t cover the elevator necessary to get Jackson into his house or the wheelchair-accessible van they need to move around as a family.
Jessi and Augusto are two of the hardest working and most compassionate people I’ve ever met. I’m so pleased to have been able to work with them. Unfortunately, they just don’t have the money to provide for all of Jackson’s needs. They’ve set up a YouCaring page if you’d like to find out more about how you can help.