Welcome to the home of the Best Ice Bucket Challenge Videos on the web, and thank you for visiting. We scour social media and the Internet to find the funniest, the most interesting, and the best quality videos of crazy people dumping icy water on their heads — all for a great cause, generating contributions for ALS research.

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IBC News

  • The Real Ice Bucket Challenge

    One of the most viral philanthropic social-media campaigns in history has reached our family too. We were about to board an international flight when both of my children were called out by their friends on Facebook to accept the Ice Bucket Challenge for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the deadly neurological condition commonly known as Lou […]

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  • MORE FUN THAN A BUCKET OF ICE WATER: ALES FOR ALS COMBINES BEER AND CHARITY

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    What’s better than a cold pint of beer on a hot summer day? A cold pint of beer that helps out a good cause. Ales for ALS is a program that gives breweries around the country a chance to raise money for ALS research while doing what they do best: brewing beer. ALS.Triplehorn The Triplehorn […]

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  • Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Founder Corey Griffin Drowns in Diving Tragedy

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    ALS ice bucket challenge co-founder Corey Griffin has drowned in a diving tragedy only weeks after seeing the challenge go viral across the web. Griffin, 27, died after leaping from the roof of a bar in the Massachusetts town of Nantucket, last weekend. According to the Boston Globe, the financier dived from the top of […]

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  • ALS Ice Bucket Challenge hits close to home for Indians’ catcher Sanchez

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    INDIANAPOLIS – In all honesty, you would probably pick out his nails before the initials. Standing in front of a couple of cameras Friday afternoon at Victory Field, a reporter asked Tony Sanchez about his fingernails which were colored in bright yellow and pink. “It’s making sure the pitchers can see my fingers,” said the […]

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  • Olivia Wilde Does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge With Breast Milk?

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    New mother Olivia Wilde joined the growing ranks of celebrities who have taken the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, but she decided to do it her way: with icy breast milk. That was what she at first claimed it was, anyway, claiming that she could not “find any water.” Olivia Wilde (Her, House), 30, is a […]

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  • Ice Bucket Challenge Nears $80-Million Mark

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    The ALS Association has raised $79.7 million to combat Lou Gehrig’s Disease since July 29, as the Ice Bucket Challenge continues to encourage people around the world to dump ice over their heads and send in money. The organization raised just $2.5 million during the same period last year. The Ice Bucket Challenge, which began […]

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  • Why A Personal Connection Is Important: Lessons From The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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    Unless you live under a rock, you’ve undoubtedly seen many videos of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. There are many creative videos of people dumping ice buckets that have certainly created much awareness for ALS. I’ve learned a great deal about ALS from the associated comments and articles. I was recently challenged by my friend […]

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  • 10 ALS ice bucket challenge haters

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    Log onto most social media websites and it is hard to avoid the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Videos of friends, politicians and celebrities are flooding newsfeeds with the goal of calling attention to and raising money to fight amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. But while some people are considering […]

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  • ‘Ice Bucket Challenge’ Has Raised Millions for ALS Association

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    Pete Frates can no longer speak. But in the last two and a half weeks, a video posted on Facebook by Mr. Frates, a 29-year-old former college baseball player, has inspired people like Bill Gates, LeBron James, Chris Christie and Taylor Swift to dump a bucket of ice on their heads and speak out for […]

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ALS News

  • ALS biotech says ice bucket challenge proceeds will pay for a new clinical trial

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    A local nonprofit biotech firm dedicated to finding treatments for ALS says it will use half of the $3 million it has received in donations in the past month to bring the second drug in its 15-year history to clinical trials two years earlier than it would have otherwise. The president and CEO of Cambridge-based […]

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  • FDA grants approval to MediciNova to begin MN-166 trial to treat ALS

    MediciNova is set to begin a clinical trial of MN-166 (ibudilast) to treat patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), following the approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial is divided into two treatment arms, MN-166 and matching placebo, and includes a six-month treatment period followed by a six-month […]

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  • Researchers identify another potential ALS treatment avenue

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    A series of studies begun by Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) scientists eight years ago has lead to a report published today that may be a major step forward in the quest to develop real treatments for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease. The findings by Harvard professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative […]

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  • 5 Companies That Will Benefit From ALS Awareness

    NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The ice bucket challenge has raised more than $40 million for ALS over the last two months, $8.6 million on Tuesday alone. But what does that really mean? Besides the millions of viral videos now circulating the web, there is an entire force of big pharmaceutical companies and non-profit clinics and […]

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  • A Treatment for ALS?

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    Results from a meta-analysis of 11 independent amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) research studies are giving hope to the ALS community by showing, for the first time, that the fatal disease may be treatable. Researchers say progress in treating ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, may be made by targeting new mechanisms revealed by neural […]

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  • ‘He Changed My Whole Life’

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    I was faced with ALS for the first time at the age of 7, when I found out that my beloved teacher, Mr. Pendergast, had been diagnosed with the horrible disease. We were too young to really understand what to make of his news, but I did know that ALS meant Mr. P was sick […]

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