Here's today's feel-good story:
At a nursing home in southern Japan, you can hear cooing, giggling, and the pitter-patter of feet amongst the sound of wheelchairs and walkers.
The home has recruited a new wave of mind-boosting workers to help enrich the lives of the residents there.
32 children, known as "baby workers" spend time with the residents who are mostly in their 80s and offer them hugs and conversations while accompanied by their parents.
"They are just so cute, and they make the whole place brighter," said Ms. Nakano, a resident of the Ichoan Nursing Home. "Young energy is different."