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This Man is a Hero After Jumping Into an Icy River to Save a Stranger's Life

A young man's heroic decision to jump into a freezing river has saved the life of a woman who attempted to end her own life. Dane Entze and his wife were driving across John's Hole Bridge in Idaho Falls, Idaho, when they came upon the scene of the woman driving her car into the water. Dane jumped out of the car and ran to the boat launch, where he saw the car sinking into the Snake River. The woman emerged from the water and began swimming away from shore, but Dane was able to swim out to her and pull her back to safety.

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Copa América Will Feature Female Referees and Assistants for the First Time

Exciting news for soccer fans! Women match officials have been appointed to work the Copa América for the first time. María Victoria Penso and Edina Alves will be referees, supported by assistants from Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela, and the U.S., with Nicaragua's Tatiana Guzmán as a video review official. CONMEBOL is promoting equality in soccer by involving more women on and off the field of play. A total of 101 referees will officiate at the Copa América hosted by the United States starting June 20.

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The James Webb Space Telescope Just Found 3 of Our Universe's Earliest Galaxies

Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have discovered three of the universe's earliest galaxies, born when it was just 400 to 600 million years old. These galactic babies were seen actively forming in images resembling fuzzy red smudges feeding on helium and hydrogen. The findings mark a significant milestone in understanding galaxy formation, providing insight into how stars are born from dense gas pockets within these primordial galaxies.

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Mindful Living: These Simple Strategies Can Help Prevent Cognitive Decline

Want to keep your brain healthy and prevent cognitive decline? Dr. Lisa Barnes, a cognitive neuropsychologist at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, suggests lifestyle interventions may help delay memory loss. Recent reports highlight promising interventions such as cognitive training, blood pressure management, and increased physical activity to lower dementia risk factors by up to 40%. By managing cardiovascular risks like hypertension and high cholesterol in midlife, you can take proactive steps towards maintaining a healthy brain.

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This Hospital Hosted a Wedding So a Dad Could Walk His Daughter Down the Aisle

In a heartwarming turn of events, a hospital in California helped fulfill the wish of a dying man to walk his daughter down the aisle. Abraham Arceo, diagnosed with cancer last year, was able to witness his daughter Brittny's wedding thanks to the efforts of Providence St Joseph Hospital staff. Despite doubts about his health, Arceo found the strength to guide Brittny to the altar during an emotional ceremony attended by family and friends. The touching moment went viral online, showcasing love and support that transcends difficult circumstances.

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Anteaters Are Returning to Brazil After Being Extinct for a Century

In a surprising turn of events, giant anteaters have made a comeback in southern Brazil after being thought extinct for over a century. Recent sightings in Rio Grande do Sul state suggest the species has returned from Argentina due to successful rewilding efforts there. Conservationists are celebrating this victory and working to protect these populations, including advocating for safer highways to prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions.

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A Woman Out for a Walk Made a Once in a Decade Discovery

A European woman made an extraordinary discovery of buried treasure from the Middle Ages in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic. The treasure, consisting of over 2,150 silver coins minted between 1085 and 1107 in Prague, was found during a walk. Archaeologists believe the coins were hidden during political unrest and could have been used for paying wages or spoils of war. This once-in-a-decade find is considered one of the largest discoveries in recent years and will be showcased in an exhibit set to open in 2025.

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This Cat is Taking Swimming Lessons to Lose Weight – And He's Loving It

In an effort to shed some pounds, a chubby cat named Moses has taken up swimming as part of his weight loss journey. The nine-year-old feline, who was nearly 10kg at the start, is already down 2.2 pounds and showing signs of increased muscle tissue after six weeks of hydrotherapy sessions in Warwickshire. Despite initial hesitations about water, Moses now eagerly awaits his treadmill swim workouts with enthusiasm. His owner Jenna Joshi is thrilled with his progress.

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The James Webb Space Telescope May Have Solved a Puffy Planet Mystery. Here's How.

Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have made a surprising discovery about a puffy exoplanet called WASP-107 b. The planet, located 200 light-years away, is much lighter than Jupiter but has an unusually large size and low density. Researchers found that the planet's atmosphere contains very little methane, suggesting high temperatures and vigorous mixing of gases within the planet are responsible. This groundbreaking research sheds new light on how planetary atmospheres can expand without following traditional formation theories.

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This Woman Captured a Stunning Shot of a Cloud-Shaped Heart

In a charming sight captured on Monday, Michelle Duffy, 45, snapped pictures of a heart shape in the clouds from her garden in Northern Ireland. The sky was clear and blue as she took the photo before thunderstorms were due later that day. Michelle, an artist and gallery owner, found the quirky cloud formation so beautiful it made her smile. This marks her second sighting of a heart shape in the sky - inspiring her to capture it on canvas for all to enjoy.

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This California-Based Nonprofit Creates Homes for Aged-Out Foster Youth

A Sense of Home (ASOH) in Hawthorne, California, is making a huge impact by helping former foster children transition into independent living with stability and dignity. This nonprofit organization provides housing assistance to prevent homelessness among aged-out foster youth. Through the efforts of ASOH and dedicated volunteers, over 900 homes have been created for more than 2,000 individuals since its founding in 2015. Founder Georgie Smith's vision has not only transformed lives but also inspired others to replicate their successful model worldwide.

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Copa América Will Feature Female Referees and Assistants for the First Time

The James Webb Space Telescope Just Found 3 of Our Universe's Earliest Galaxies

Mindful Living: These Simple Strategies Can Help Prevent Cognitive Decline

This Hospital Hosted a Wedding So a Dad Could Walk His Daughter Down the Aisle

Anteaters Are Returning to Brazil After Being Extinct for a Century

A Woman Out for a Walk Made a Once in a Decade Discovery

This Cat is Taking Swimming Lessons to Lose Weight – And He's Loving It

The James Webb Space Telescope May Have Solved a Puffy Planet Mystery. Here's How.

This Woman Captured a Stunning Shot of a Cloud-Shaped Heart

This California-Based Nonprofit Creates Homes for Aged-Out Foster Youth