In this photo taken April 6, 2015 in Miami, shows Ty Rozier, as he flies a drove over an avocado grove.  Researchers from Florida International University and the University of Florida are using grant money to find disease-ridden avocado trees with drones and fungus-sniffing dogs. A deadly fungus spread by a beetle has the potential to decimate Florida’s avocado crop. (AP Photo/Tamara Lush)

Drones and dogs deployed in battle to save the guacamole

On subtropical farmland in South Florida, researchers are doing battle with the deadly fungus, laurel wilt, which is spread by a tiny beetle and has the potential to decimate Florida’s avocado crop. The hashtag they have adopted for their mission: #savetheguac.

This undated self-portrait image released by Canadian student Karly Vedan, shows stretch marks along her stomach.  An Instagram campaign started months ago by moms Alex Elle, a writer, and Erika Layne Salazar, a photographer, dubbed Love Your Lines urges women to show off their stretch marks. (Karly Vedan via AP)

Love Your Lines: stretch marks go viral in support of women

With the promise of anonymity to all who want it, women from around the world are pouring out their seemingly sincerest joys, anxieties and despair over their marks, loose postpartum bellies and battle wounds from valiant fights against cancer.