This week is brought to you almost entirely by Zach. Some days, he sends so many articles that I question what he does at work (just kidding), and then that's all I read because they're coming in fast and furious. We're running the gamut here.
- Biggest Star of March Madness is an 8-Year-Old Girl Fighting Cancer. In basketball, I'm a State fan first, loyal to the alma-mater, Ohio State, second. In a world where college athletes are highlighted for their missteps, this is a story of MSU's star and his friendship with a local girl fighting cancer. Their relationship is beautiful and genuine, and just so sweet.
- I Did the World's First Ice Cream Cleanse: Yes, Really. This is the only cleanse I could get behind. As a self-proclaimed ice cream aficionado, I'm jealous, excited, upset that it doesn't ship yet - a whole range of emotion.
- The Proper Way to Use your Refrigerator Humidity Drawers. I would call fridge drawers one of the great wonders of the world, if the wonders were questions and not structures. Alas, it's decoded and makes so much sense.
- Caesarian Section Performed on Multiply Pregnant Turtle. I have a love/hate relationship with science and medicine sometimes, because I think we create problems and fixes and it can be a never-ending cycle. But when you can take a turtle to a hospital and they can perform a c-section to save her and the babies? That's pretty cool.