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Your Moment Of Baby Goat Bliss

It seems the bad news just won't stop coming.

That boat accident in China.

The MERS outbreak in South Korea.

Flooding in the U.S. Flooding in Ghana.

Refugees everywhere.

As a blog that covers global health and development, we are acutely aware of the world's pain.

But our name is Goats and Soda. And so we feel it is our obligation to look for good news about goats that will provide a moment of relief. And what can we say about this video, except: Baby Goats. In Pajamas. Frolicking.

Although the video does raise a slightly troubling question: Do goats really need to wear pajamas? (Or for that matter, sweaters? See video below.)

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Marc Silver
Marc Silver, who edits NPR's global health blog, has been a reporter and editor for the Baltimore Jewish Times, U.S. News & World Report and National Geographic. He is the author of Breast Cancer Husband: How to Help Your Wife (and Yourself) During Diagnosis, Treatment and Beyond and co-author, with his daughter, Maya Silver, of My Parent Has Cancer and It Really Sucks: Real-Life Advice From Real-Life Teens. The NPR story he co-wrote with Rebecca Davis and Viola Kosome -- 'No Sex For Fish' — won a Sigma Delta Chi award for online reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists.