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Pork Pal Teaches That Not Only Dogs and Cats Can Serve as a Human’s Best Friend Good News 

Pork Pal Teaches That Not Only Dogs and Cats Can Serve as a Human’s Best Friend

(Sputnik) – While some pigs have little more to look forward to in life than the dinner table, this little piggy’s Instagram account has about 300k followers. This video reveals how a pot-bellied mini pig living in the US named Hank spends his time lounging about like an ordinary human. He leads an active and healthy lifestyle: he preserves a balanced diet, swims in a pool, celebrates Halloween and Father’s Day, and sleeps in a bed. But the most adorable spectacle is when his belly is being scratched! The pork pet is only 1-year old, but his Instagram account @mybestfriendhank is followed by almost 300k Read More

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Badass Women Not Enough People Are Talking About: Karlie Kloss Badass Women Featured Good News Technology 

Badass Women Not Enough People Are Talking About: Karlie Kloss

World (FEE) – Editor’s Note: Here at Greed Media, we cover a lot of issues related to women. Unfortunately, we often find that there is, indeed, a little greed behind each story. This makes us a little sad. As a contrast and to promote positivity and empowerment for all women, we want to highlight and celebrate badass women from all over the world. These women are courageous leaders, remarkable visionaries, selfless activists, and are each changing the world in their own way. The following is part of a series of stories we call Badass Women Not Enough People Are Talking About.  Karlie Kloss, the supermodel, Instagram Read More

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Encouragement: The Key to Student Success Featured Good News 

Encouragement: The Key to Student Success

United Kingdom (University of Cambridge) –‘Big data’ study finds that children from families with limited education have strongest long-term response to teacher encouragement, and are more likely to progress to university as a result. “The relationships teachers develop with students are real engines for social mobility.” Ben Alcott Schoolchildren who receive words of encouragement from a teacher are significantly more likely to continue their education beyond the age of 16 than those who do not, a new study suggests. The influence of teacher encouragement appears to be much greater on students whose own parents never progressed past compulsory education – an Read More

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