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Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture to soothe crying baby makes her story viral on internet

Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture to soothe crying baby makes her story viral on internet

A Southwest Airlines flight attendant acted no less than a fairy for a couple, who was flying with their nine-month-old son for the first time. Flight attendant Anissa Charles went beyond her duty and took initiative to soothe the crying baby boy on the flight.

Heather Gooch, of New York, took on Facebook to praise the gesture of Anissa and how it helped them to have a comfortable journey. Gooch unveiled that she and her husband took their son on a flight from Florida last week.

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Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture of soothing a crying baby changes negative impression about airlines

Southwest Airlines flight attendant’s gesture of soothing a crying baby changes negative impression about airlines

The way this mother of nine-month-old knew has shown gratitude towards a Southwest Airlines flight attendant, who calmed down her crying baby, has gone viral on the internet. The mother Heather Gooch has written a heart-touching note on Facebook page of Southwest Airlines about the incident and thanking the crew member, Alissa.

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New York Woman Escapes DUI Charges as she suffers from Auto-Brewery Syndrome

New York Woman Escapes DUI Charges as she suffers from Auto-Brewery Syndrome

A New York woman was charged with DWI in October 2014 but now she is free of all the charges after it was found that the woman was not drunk, rather she was suffering from Auto-Brewery Syndrome (ABS).

Reports of the US News and World on December 31 said, “The excuse may sound bogus, but elected Hamburg town Judge Walter Rooth found the woman’s claim compelling after she spent $7,000 working with a specialist to show her body sometimes meets the legal definition of drunkenness without actual alcohol intake”.

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BBC Website Back to Normal after being Hit by Online Attack

BBC Website Back to Normal after being Hit by Online Attack

Gone were the times when hacking used to cause goose bumps! In the era of computer world and technology, being system hacked is not something surprising. Similar attack happened with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) company reported on Thursday that its digital services had been shut down temporarily in what its news operation described as a hacking attack. On Thursday morning, many of the BBC’s websites and popular video-on-demand services were offline for about three hours, though its television and radio stations were not affected with the attack.

Greater Vasa Male Parrots found using tools to make calcium powder

Greater Vasa Male Parrots found using tools to make calcium powder

Greater vasa parrots use tools to make calcium powder for their own use, finds a new study. The method was completely-self-initiated, which also represents a new usage of tools among birds. It is the first time that any non-human has been observed making a nutritional supplement in order to accomplish its own needs.

Older People with High Stress Levels at Twice Increased Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Older People with High Stress Levels at Twice Increased Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and the Montefiore Health System have revealed that high levels of stress in older people may cause Alzheimer’s disease. According to researchers, highly stressed participants are twice more likely to become mildly impaired cognitively compared to those who were not highly stressed. High stress levels in older people may be the cause of cognitive impairment, which is often the root of Alzheimer’s disease.

There Exist Strong Link between High Stress and Alzheimer ’s Disease

There Exist Strong Link between High Stress and Alzheimer ’s Disease

High-stress, which has already been blamed of causing numerous health problems from depression to high blood pressure, has now been charged on causing Alzheimer’s disease. According to scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System, people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) are at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers said there is huge link between high stress and type of memory decline that is often as a prelude of Alzheimer’s disease. They added that people with high stress are more likely to develop MCI and so the disease.

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