The band AUDIO ADRENALINE is back with a new single and a common goal: to be the voice for orphans in Haiti and around the world. The official music video for the song "Kings & Queens" was filmed in Haiti among the Hands & Feet Project, a non-profit organization founded by AUDIO ADRENALINE to care for orphaned and abandoned children with the love of Christ. "Kings & Queens " features new lead vocalist & former DCTalk member Kevin Max. All net proceeds will go to the Hands & Feet Project to continue growth and support of the nearly eight-year-old charity.
To see the video check out this link: http://m.godtube.com/watch/?v=WDGYYGNX
If you’re dragging at work...Scientists say you should take a time out to eyeball YouTube videos of puppies playing or otters holding hands. Seriously. A series of studies from Japan's Hiroshima University found that people are more focused and careful after they look at adorable images. In one of the studies, researchers had participants play the game Operation. They were asked to work at their own pace and try to get the highest score before they were divided into two groups.
One group was then shown seven photos of puppies and kittens, and asked to rate how cute and exciting each picture was. Another group was shown pictures of adult cats and dogs and asked to rate them, too. Afterward, they all played another round of Operation. Get this: People who saw the puppy and kitten photos did 44 percent better in the second round than they did the first time.
So, basically, to be more detail-oriented at work, you should look at pictures of cute baby animals.
A Montana dad may have been stationed thousands of miles away in Iraq, but he wasn’t going to miss watching his wife give birth to their twins. Jon Zimbelman, 31, used an iPad and Skype to tune into his wife Erin’s hospital room in Whitefish, Montana, from Bahrah, Iraq, where he works for the U.S. Navy. “Love is not a big enough word to describe what you feel when you get to see your kids come into this word,” Zimbelman said. Hospital staff helped set up the iPad so Zimbelman could watch the birth. Zimbelman says he hopes to be home for Thanksgiving and meet the twins in person.
You can get paid thousands of dollars to eat your favorite fast food on a daily basis. It's part of a new experiment conducted by doctors at Washington University Medical School to measure exactly what fast food diets can do to your health. The experiment requires each participant to add an additional 1,000 calories in fast food fare to their daily menu, in an effort to gain five to six percent of their body weight. The reason behind the study? Doctors are trying to understand why weight gain leads to diseases like diabetes and hypertension and how that relates to levels of fat in the liver and muscles. Participants can earn up to $3,500, depending on how long it takes to gain the weight.
A television anchor in Wisconsin turned an insult about her weight from a viewer...into an opportunity to denounce bullies on-air. The viewer emailed WKTB-TV morning anchor Jennifer Livingston, claiming Livingston's weight was setting a bad example for kids in the community. So, the anchor responded to the email Tuesday during the morning newscast.
She encouraged kids to remember their self-worth instead of allowing themselves to be defined by the negativity of others. And she encouraged parents to teach their kids to be kind and not bullies.