NYDN photo by Jen Pottheiser
NYDN photo by Jen Pottheiser

Seriously! How cute is Eric LeGrand’s service dog, Willie?

As some of you who follow college football may know, LeGrand, who used to play football for Rutgers University, suffered a career-ending injury in 2010 that left him paralyzed from the neck down. He is still unable to walk on his power, but he has regained movement in his shoulders and sensation throughout his body.

Well, Willie, a black labrador retriever, helps LeGrand on a daily basis in an effort to get him back on his feet. Read about it in the New York Daily News.



Japan to launch ‘fasting’ camps for Internet-addicted students

Via Daily News
Via Daily News

By Victoria Taylor
The NY Daily News

Youngsters in Japan who are glued to their smartphones and laptops may be sent to an Internet “fasting” camp to help them disconnect from the online world.

The Ministry of Education estimates that some 518,000 Japanese children between the ages of 12 and 18 are addicted to the Internet, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Read more here