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Then his friends Jeanette Senerchia, Kevin Aylwin and Matt Dodson did it. And their friends did it. And then your friends did it. Quite possibly, you even drenched yourself. More than 17 million people participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to support ALS and other causes. Nationally, 2. 5 million people donated $115 million to the ALS Association. The organization says the event was probably the single largest episode of giving outside of a disaster or emergency. So, whatever happened to all that money. One summer later, the ALS Association says about 40% of the ice bucket money, $47. 1 million, has been spent or budgeted toward specific purposes. In time, it says the plan is to pour all $115 million back into five main spending buckets. Bucket #1: $77 million for ‘research’. Of the total money raised, 67% goes in the bucket marked “research” to find a treatment — or even a cure — for ALS. Currently, there’s no cure and only one drug that “modestly extends survival,” according to the ALS Association. As nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord die, a patient’s muscles, which are no longer connected to living nerves, start to waste away. On average, within two to five years after an ALS diagnosis, patients lose their ability to breathe and they die. The ALS Association is spreading the $77 million to many different research projects. For example, $10. 5 million is going to a group that’s testing whether a medication used to stabilize heart rhythms in cardiac patients can also stabilize nerve cells in ALS patients. It’s also testing whether a drug can reduce inflamed nerve tissues, and is using MRI scans to study inflammation in the brains of sick patients. Another initiative: $5 million is going to the Neurocollaborative, which is creating stem cell lines from ALS patients that will mimic their own nerve cells. “We can start seeing why they’re dying. We can start putting drugs on them to start seeing if we can slow them down,” said Clive Svendsen of the Neurocollaborative. “It’s a bit like having an avatar of yourself in the petri dish. The ALS Association is also budgeting $1 million to Project MinE and $2. 5 million to the New York Genome Center to map the genetic code of ALS patients. “Right now we have very few things that we can do for these patients to keep them alive longer,” said Dr. Jonathan Glass of Project MinE. Source: fox13now.com
An eviction notice for a toddler's cot, a superhero boy's 'sidekick' appeal and even Will Smith holding a sign: Couples share their hilarious pregnancy announcements Parents-to-be are getting creative when it comes to announcing their news Get... sharing the news that they are going to expand their family. And many parents-to-be are choosing more creative ways of announcing there is to be a new addition to the family. From setting up their existing children for hilarious spoof photos, to using household objects as unlikely props or posing up in tell-tale situations, couples are sharing their wit online on sites such as Reddit and Imgur. As these pregnancy announcements show there are seemingly endless possibilities for fun-loving parents-to-be to share their broadcast their joy to the world. From riddles to arts and crafts, these internet-savvy couples are opting for unconventional ways to tell unwitting friends and family that they're pregnant. While overjoyed, many parents dread the sleepless nights and morning sickness ahead - but these couples take it with a pinch of salt and poke fun of the madness ahead with their hilarious images. Other couples use wordplay on Vanilla Ice lyrics, or add a 'We're' sign above the label of a jar of Prego sauce, while others get you thinking with maths games or props. Some even choose to publicise that they've got a little bun in the oven by playfully incorporating their existing children or the family dogs. Judging by the booming trend - as exemplified by the lesbian couple with custom T-shirts, whose pregnancy message was shared thousands of times online - simple, conventional announcements are out. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
Donning the item of clothing, she then waited for her unsuspecting husband to return to their home in Philadelphia and filmed his incredible reaction to the news on an iPhone. She later uploaded the video to YouTube , under the name 'Leslie A', explaining that she made a 'last minute decision' to surprise her husband with the top 'after trying nearly a year to have a baby'. Patting her husband on the back, Leslie finally says: 'I think I've decided what I'm going to do for the Halloween costume party. ' Pointing to her top, she adds: 'I'm going to wear a skeleton. As she says this, Leslie's husband looks up and catches sight of his wife's T-shirt. He stares at the item for several seconds, before pointing at the graphic of the baby skeleton. The mother-to-be confirms his silent query by showing him a positive pregnancy test, before the pair burst into laughter and share a long, emotional hug. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
The actor finished his ensemble with a white shirt and a plain black tie to ensure he was ... she rested her hands on her man's thigh. The star made her pregnancy announcement by sharing a picture of the pair walking along the beach with their pet ...