Nick Jonas is no scrooge!
On Tuesday, the charitable Jonas brother visited The Hospital For Sick Children in Toronto where he spent the day singing Christmas carols and visiting with the young patients.
[ Video: Nick Makes The Whole Audience Jealous At The Dancing With The Stars Finale! ]
Aww, we're so touched by the singer's kindness. We bet he made some kids VERY happy!
To pull off the fabulous event, the 22-year-old partnered with Duracell batteries and the company was kind enough to donate presents for the hospital's deserving kids.
Wow, how generous.
Check out another heartwarming pic of Nick posing with a patient (below)!
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These two are soooooo cute!
Selena Gomez took some time out of her busy day to reach out to a young and adorable fan in need — and shared the moment with the world.
The Instagram pic was from the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and with it she wrote these words:
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HOLY CRAP IT WORKED.
Ebola kills nearly everyone who contracts the virus, but two lucky Americans appear to have beaten the odds and SURVIVED!
Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol have both been released from an Atlanta hospital after becoming infected while treating patients in Liberia.
The two underwent rigorous blood and urine tests to guarantee that the virus was no longer present in their systems. Doctors and medical experts say the reason they’re alive may be all thanks to an experimental drug cocktail called ZMapp.
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Google is literally bringing the human race into the future! Well, more like Google is bringing the future to us!
They've singed a deal with Novartis, a huge company in the health and science industry, to bring us a smart contact lens. They're going to make a lens that monitors glucose levels (for diabetic patients) and one that treats farsightedness.
That's so amazing, those are incredible medical advances… but that's not the cool part!
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Florida has become the 23rd state (24th district if you include Washington, D.C.) to legalize medical marijuana!
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed Senate Bill 1030 into law this week, and he had lots of support behind him. The bill passed 111-7 in the House and 30-9 in the Senate, so clearly Florida's legislators are all dope fiends. JK! LOLz!
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If y'all haven't heard yet, this groovy chick is for the children!
The inspiring and amazing Taylor Swift has gone the extra mile once again!
The 24-year-old superstar has donated $50,000 to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and that money will be put towards a "high-tech music therapy program" specifically for children in the hospital's Cancer Center.
Here's what the chief executive officer of the hospital, Steven M. Altschuler, said in a statement:
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Are you having a heart attack? You better hope you have a penis to go along with it!
For real! A new study shows that men get treated faster than women when they arrive at the hospital showing signs of heart problems!
What the hellz?!?
The numbers don’t lie! When women experienced acute heart pains, they ended up waiting
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