Bees in the Netherlands trained to detect COVID-19 infections

Good News Notes: “Dutch researchers have trained bees, which have an unusually keen sense of smell, to identify samples infected with COVID-19, a finding they said could cut waiting times for test results to just seconds. To train the bees, scientists in the bio-veterinary research laboratory at Wageningen University gave them sugary water as a…

Cat rescued from plastic jug after 10 days recovering well

Good News Notes: “Animal rescues treasure the moments they save animals. Kitty City waited 10 days for this exciting lifesaving moment. This feral cat is counting its blessing after Kitty City volunteers began tracking him 10 days ago. “A lady and her husband and her friends would go out everyday. They would set up trail…

Florida scuba divers discover 50-pound Ice Age mammoth bone in river

Good News Notes: “Two Florida scuba divers uncovered a mammoth bone possibly dating back to the Ice Age while diving in a local river, according to reports. Derek Demeter and Henry Sadler found the four-foot, 50-pound bone in the Peace River near Acadia last Sunday, calling it an “amazing” discovery. “Henry is my dive buddy,” Demeter, Seminole State Planetarium’s director, told FOX…

Chicken yoga becomes the newest animal therapy trend

Good News Notes: “Meows, barks and bleats have been common at yoga sessions in recent years, as animal therapy became a trend to soothe participants as they work out. Recently, a downtown business added clucks into the mix with the launch of chicken yoga. Yes, chickens. But not your average Rhode Island reds. These were…

30 Years of Magic & Miracles at Carpe Diem Farms

Good News Notes: “It was August 15, 1997, that we closed on the property which would become Carpe Diem Farms.  Five years earlier, January 27, 1991 we received our 501(c)(3) designation from the IRS. It’s almost unbelievable to think that 30 years ago an idea, a vision, to empower individuals through life changes to see…