Rossalyn Warren


A husband took these photos of his wife and captured love and loss beautifully.

I feel as if I were right there with them as I looked through the photos.


This article originally appeared on November 5, 2013

When I saw these incredible photos Angelo Merendino took of his wife, Jennifer, as she battled breast cancer, I felt that I shouldn't be seeing this snapshot of their intimate, private lives.

The photos humanize the face of cancer and capture the difficulty, fear, and pain that they experienced during the difficult time.

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Can you imagine being forced to flee from your country and live in a refugee camp? Well 10% of the world has, with the average stay in a camp being around ... 12 YEARS. The tents people are made to live in at the camps do not insulate heat or provide electricity.

In comes Ikea. Recognizing that the UN Refugee Agency hasn't advanced their tents over the years, Ikea partnered with UNHCR to create smart, flat-pack housing designed in a durable, easy-to-transport-and-set-up Ikea kinda way.

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'Wheel Of Fortune' Host Denies Climate Change On Twitter — A Science Blogger Sends A Great Reply

"Wheel of Fortune" host (and former weatherman!) Pat Sajak tweeted to say that anyone who believes in global warming is an unpatriotic racist. Yep that's right: It was once his job to study the weather and climate, and he makes this kind of comment below.


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Just When I Thought I Couldn't Hate BP Any More Than I Do, I Hear About This Small Town In Louisiana

Hey, who remembers the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2011? This clip from the "Vanishing Pearls" documentary explores how Louisiana Gulf community of 300 people took on the huge oil corporation.This is a fascinating and important topic that the world *must* know about. Let's hold BP accountable.