Most Read Good News Articles in June

Just in case you missed any of them, here's a quick summary of the half dozen most popular OGN articles published last month.

Bennifer Rebooted: There's something rather different about this time around. Is this pop culture comfort food providing reassurance and familiarity after five years of political insanity, general cultural nastiness and, of course, social distancing?


Harvard Study Reveals How to be Less Depressed: The early bird catches the worm and is way less melancholy about worm availability and options. This is the finding of a new study from researchers at Harvard, MIT, and the University of Colorado, who explored whether waking earlier lowers depression risk.


Shipwreck That Changed the Course of British History: Drowning of the heir to Henry I cast a shadow that led to generations of unrest – now the vessel on which he died may have been discovered.


App Gives Anywhere and Everywhere an Address: We don't mean your house or anything as mundane as that.


Vaccine Incentives Around the World: Netherlands becomes latest country to offer jab incentives to encourage take up. What's the rest of the world offering?


The Appalachian Apple Hunter: 80-year-old man searches high and low for nearly extinct heirloom apple trees – many the last of their kind – and reintroduces them to the world.

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