Cindy Crawford Remade Her '92 Pepsi Commercial And It's Perfect

Cindy Crawford is a long legged bomb shell who can make an ordinary can of Pepsi seem like gold. Her famous 1992 Pepsi commercial turned everyone into a fan. For this year's Super Bowl, Cindy re-created the famous commercial with help from the very funny James Corden. The parody started out just like the '92 version, but the babe in the video isn't Cindy this time!

Deaf Comedian Proves Laughter Is A Universal Language!

CJ Jones is not your average entertainer. He is deaf, but that doesn't stop him from following his dreams. He is a director, producer, writer, and stand-up comedian who has had a prolific career. While connecting to countless people through sign language and humor, CJ is living proof that obstacles can be overcome.

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At Age 71, This Grandfather Has Logged Thousands of Miles On Walks for Peace

Most of us want to make the world a better place. Not all of have actually done something about it—but a grandfather named Al has, many times over.

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Recycled Flowers Brighten Thousands Of Lives

Flowers really do have the power to heal! Random Acts of Flowers is a non-profit organization that recycles flowers into beautiful bouquets that are delivered to patients at hospitals, senior centers, and other healthcare facilities. Random Acts of Flowers strives to be a 100% recycling organization with the help of their volunteers, only using repurposed flowers from donations. Instead of throwing away flowers after a hospital stay, why not use them to make someone's day?!

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3 Ways To Enjoy The Outdoors & Become A Happier Person

Happiness is a choice, and one we all want to make. Happier people tend to live healthier lives. In this BRAND NEW episode from the HooplaHa Original Series, Happiness Made Simple, organizational psychologist and eternal optimist Michael “Dr. Woody" Woodward, PhD will talk about the simple, yet often neglected, things we can all do to live happier more positive lives.

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Duck Imprints On 5-Year-Old, They're Now Inseparable

A duck and a girl have a friendship like no other. When the Brown's brought home a duckling it was immediately attached to his 5-year-old owner, Kylie. Snowflake, the duck, imprinted on Kylie and truly believes she is his mom. Vice versa, Kylie thinks she is his mom, too! This pair is inseparable. The family had to go as fas as putting a diaper on Snowflake so he could live in doors. The pair go everywhere together, including school, sleepovers and the park. Family is beautiful and knows no bounds!

War Veterans Overcome PTSD With Country Dancing

War Veterans can have a hard time dealing with adjusting to life after war. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) affects nearly 3 million veterans! Dancing Well: The Soldier Project is dedicated to bringing the healing power of music, dance, and community to veterans and families coping with PTSD and traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Their mission is to restore the well-being of veterans and families affected by PTSD or TBI through community dance. Dancing Well was born out of Ex. Directors, Deborah Denenfeld's, belief in the healing power of dance.

In a pilot program with soldiers at Fort Knox, she worked closely with staff psychiatrist Edwin O. Walker to develop and implement a dance series specifically attuned to the needs of soldiers with PTSD and/or brain injury and the results were incredible, changing the lives of the vets who participated.

To learn more, visit Dancing Well.

This video was produced by Lucia Nazzaro and shot/edited by David Kastan. To see more uplifting stories about veterans, check out the HooplaHa YouTube channel!

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