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This week, we look at a few inspirational stories of people who deal with the extremely cold weather that struck parts of the world. There is also a reunion of World War II, a kid philanthropist, a new life with life, and the recovery of Sweden's crown jewels.
10 Chilling At Jamaica Inn
The famed Jamaica Inn opened its
Daphne du Maurier's novel Jamaica Inn which was turned into a
Fortunately for travelers, now they have 36 rooms to rent. They came in pretty handy as more and more people trickled into the taproom looking for refuge as a major snowstorm trapped them out on the A30 motorway.
When all said and done, 140 people, including staff, were crammed into the inn. 
Even so, spirits were high and people were cheerful. Assistant manager Charlotte Barron described it as a "lovely atmosphere" as her guests played board games together and took advantage of the kitchen and bar, which were open until the wee hours of the morning.
Fair Play Off The Field
A football award
Loviu Ngozulu works as a steward for Shrewsbury Town FC, an English football team from the league one division. His or her job primarily involves crowd control-dealing with fans who get a bit of hooligan or helping people during an evacuation.
Last Saturday, his team played against Luton Town FC and got walloped 3-0. Even so, Ngozulu helped a Luton fan get out of his wheelchair so he could join in on the celebrations every time he scored his team. Ngozulu's actions were lauded by both sides. Luton interim boss Mick Harford called it "a touch of class," while Shrewsbury named Ngozulu "Man of the Match" instead of any of their players. 
8 Neighbor's Best Friend
Midnight, the four-year-old black Labrador mix, has been spoiled silly with treats after saving neighbor who fell down in the snow and could not get back up.
A cold snap hit Minnesota last week with temperatures below -17 degrees Celsius (0 ° F). When Tim Curfman went to the garbage, his dog, Midnight, left the house for a quick frolic in the snow. She made a disturbing discovery in the backyard. The Curfmans' 87-year-old neighbor, Noreen, was lying in the snow and could not move. 
Midnight went up to Tim and got his attention by staring at him and raising her ears. Seeing this as abnormal behavior for her, Curfman realized that something might be wrong. Noreen.
The elderly neighbor had fallen while trying to fill the bird feeder. She did not have the strength to push herself up, and there was nothing to her to grab onto. Curfman took Noreen inside. Stem Cells Can Produce Insulin
of California San Francisco have managed to transform human stem cells into insulin-producing cells. The breakthrough promises to be a major component in the future treatments of type 1 diabetes such as islet cell transplantation. 
At the moment, this method can help to achieve insulin independence after several years of therapy. However, they need to be injected with the immunosuppressant drugs to protect the cells. This lowers their immune system and leaves them vulnerable to infection. Scientists are hopeful that this new discovery will improve the efficacy of the treatment.
Study senior author Matthias Hebrok said the insulin-producing cells are cells that have been or are not. Previous tests have failed to let the cells reach maturity. However, this technique proved effective on mice, it is still plenty of work to be done before it is ready
6 Good Samaritan Looks After Chicago's Homeless
A real estate broker looked after Chicago's homeless during the cold weather by renting out dozens of rooms at a hotel.
Temperatures dropped well below freezing in the city last week, leaving many homeless people in search of a warm bed to outlast the cold snap. Thirty-four-year-old Candice Payne made a "track-of-the-moment" decision to help them. 
Meanwhile, she also reached out on social media for volunteers to help transport the homeless. Soon enough, a convoy of cars and vans making their way to a tent city where the homeless usually live. Over 100 of them got a hot bath and a warm bed for the night.
Better yet, Candice's act of kindness inspired others to act. She spent around $ 4,700 of her own money and received over $ 10,000 more in donations. So, other people started calling the hotel and paying for their own room.
The extra funds were used to double the number of booked rooms and to stay out of Sunday until Sunday. The manager of the Amber Inn, Robyn Smith,
Candice uses the money to buy food, toiletries, prenatal vitamins, and snacks. Chicago's Future in the Future
5 Navy Buddies Reunited
A week ago, we talked about World War II navy veteran Duane Sherman who was feeling lonely. With his birthday approaching, his daughter, Sue, he reached out on Facebook and asked him to send some well-wishes. Duane received over 50,000 letters. 75 years.
Sherman actually passed 100,000. He has vowed to go through all of them. But as he is legally blind, he has to wait for you to read. They have received some help from a group of friends dubbed the "card squad" who stop by and read letters to Duane. 
One of the messages from 96-year-old Bob Apple. Sherman on the USS Lamson .
The 1966 birthday party, 1966, was a great day out. Sherman-a painting of the USS Lamson in flames.
4 Sweden Gets Back It Crown Jewels
Swedish police believe they have "most likely" found the crown jewels which were stolen last July and are currently working to confirm that they are the true articles. [19659002TheStrangnasCathedralnearStockholmStockholmSwedenonaspeedboatTheydisappearedusingavastnetworkoflakesThecriminalsstoletwocrownsandorbmadeofgoldpearlsandpreciousstoneswhichcamefromthe1611funeralregaliaofKingCharlesIXandQueenChristina 
Officials described the stolen jewels as "Invaluable items of national interest" and declared their loss a true "blow" to Sweden. However, one or more of the artifacts have been found.
Curiously, I'm looking for a rubbish, which is why they are the real deal. A 22-year-old man is currently facing trial for his theft.
3 Life Finds A Way
Have you ever wondered how long it would take for nature to lay claim to a piece of land? Scientists explored a new island in Tonga and discovered that life is thriving on it after a few years.
In late 2014, a submarine volcano erupted and created an island about 2 kilometers (1.2 mi) long. By itself, this is not particularly noteworthy as such tiny strips of land emerge frequently. However, they typically do not last very long.
This one is still going strong. In 150 years, it is just the third of its kind to last more than a few months. Volcanologist Jess Phoenix believes the island's resiliency comes from the chemical reaction between the sea and the seawater which has hardened more than usual.
It still does not have an official name. People call it Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai, named after the two pre-existing islands between which it is nestled. Researchers have been keeping eye on it using satellite images.
NASA scientist Dan Slayback what the giddy schoolchildren said "The ground was covered in a sticky, light-colored clay." There is plenty of vegetation and blooming flowers and hundreds of sooty terns. 
Studying the island is a unique opportunity for scientists, but they know they have a limited window. Due to erosion caused by heavy rain, the landmass might be gone in a decade or so.
2 Egg Wants To Talk About Mental Health
Eugene uses the new platform to reach out to millions of people
The story is one of the most perfectly illustrated the power, the reach, and the apparent randomness of viral media. Published on The Instagram of the social media platform. It was to beat a record of 18 million by Kylie Jenner. It has over 52 million likes.
Since then, the account has posted a few more pictures of Eugene becoming more and more cracked. Super Bowl weekend.
TalkingEgg if they are so feeling the pressure. 
1 The Kid Hero Of Arkansas
An 11-year-old "Kid
Over the summer, Ruby Kate Chitsey spent a lot of her time at Harrison, Arkansas, because her mother worked there as a nurse. One day, she is hugging a woman in a wheelchair. The woman was sad because she could not see her dog very often.
Since that encounter, Ruby got to think about other things that would bring the residents joy. Going from person to person, she asked for it. Amanda, started a GoFundMe account in the hopes that 
What really shocked Amanda was the simplicity of the requests. People did not want cars or millions of dollars. They wanted snacks, books, haircuts, and more comfortable pillows. One wanted pants that fit. Another wanted fresh strawberries.
Fortunately, Ruby's project got a boost when GoFundMe highlighted her as the "Kid Hero" of the month. She raised over $ 70,000, which she spent on fulfilling the wishes of five different nursing homes.
Now she has an assistant in the form of 74-year-old Marilyn Spurlock. Marilyn goes around. Makes her happy, in turn, fulfills her own wish of feeling good again.