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Survivors of the Earthquake in Turkey Are Finding Moments of Peace and Joy

With whiskers and colourful cat ears painted on their faces, young survivors of last week's earthquake at a humanitarian camp in Osmaniye, Turkey, enjoyed a moment of childhood normality this week. Chattering excitedly, the children lined up to have their faces painted by social workers and volunteers at the camp and take part in sports. Social worker Ahmet Hasim Atalay said the psycho-social support would continue for up to a year for many children who were left displaced by the massive tremor.

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This Revolutionary New Observatory Will Locate Millions of Galaxies

A groundbreaking telescope named the Vera C. Rubin Observatory is set to revolutionize our understanding of the universe by capturing dynamic celestial events such as supernovas and variable stars with unprecedented clarity. Located in Chile, this state-of-the-art facility boasts a massive mirror and an agile camera that can swiftly scan the entire visible sky every three days. Scientists anticipate discovering millions of unknown asteroids, aiding in planetary defense efforts while also unlocking mysteries surrounding dark matter and dark energy.

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Meet the World’s Smallest Bear — And One of the Cutest of Their Kind

Sun bears, the tiniest in the animal kingdom, are getting a second chance at life. Tenom, a cub raised in captivity after poachers killed her mother, is now being trained to live in the wild by a dedicated wildlife rescue team. The program includes teaching Tenom essential bear skills over two years with a foster family model. With fewer than 10,000 sun bears left in the wild, this rehabilitation effort could be crucial for their survival.

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How a Phone is Helping Families Deal With Bereavement

A UK hospice has introduced a unique way to help the bereaved cope with their loss - a wind phone that allows users to "talk" to their deceased loved ones. Inspired by a Japanese tradition, the phone at Mary Stevens Hospice in Stourbridge offers a quiet space for anyone seeking solace. The old-style rotary phone is located in a serene summer house on the hospice grounds, providing comfort and connection for those grieving.

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From Irish Reels to Instagram Reel: How One Black Dancer is Fusing Traditional and Modern Steps

When you think of Irish dancing, traditional images come to mind. But dancer Kaitlyn Sardin is changing the game with her unique fusion style. Mixing Irish dance with hip hop and more, she's captured millions online and caught the attention of celebrities like Beyoncé's mom. Despite facing skepticism, Sardin hopes to inspire others to follow their passions and break societal expectations by redefining Irish dance for a new generation.

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A Radical New Magnet Without Rare-Earth Metals Is About to Change Motors Forever

A U.K. tech company has developed a magnet free of rare earth metals using AI, revolutionizing green energy transition. The process took just three months, 200 times faster than normal methods. This breakthrough could lead to more sustainable materials for electric motors and batteries in the future. Artificial intelligence is proving to be a powerful ally in the fight against climate change and speeding up innovation in crucial areas like renewable energy sources.

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These Two Childhood Best Friends Graduated Together From Law School

Childhood best friends Ashlee M. Davis and Tianna Williams recently graduated from American University Washington College of Law, with Ashlee achieving cum laude honors and Tianna earning her J.D. degree. They celebrated with a heartwarming photoshoot that has garnered over 200,000 likes on social media, showcasing their enduring friendship since 2002. The duo shared both recent snapshots in doctoral gowns and a nostalgic throwback photo, symbolizing their journey through law school together.

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How Seasonal Eating Could Be Better for Your Health

Embrace the joy of seasonal eating with fresh, in-season produce at its peak! In Sicily, 89-year-old Anna Fiannaca opts for homegrown veggies over store-bought ones. Nutrition experts agree that buying local, in-season fruits and vegetables can lead to better eating habits and a broader diet variety. By consuming locally grown produce, you not only support the environment but also maximize your intake of essential vitamins and minerals.

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She Was Left Homeless as a Teenager. Now, She's Making History With Her Accomplishments.

A young barrister, Tinessa Kaur, overcame homelessness to win the prestigious Young Pro-Bono Barrister of the Year award. After arriving in Greenford at 17, she leaned on her Sikh community for support and education. Inspired by her faith's teachings of selfless service, she dedicated her time as a pupil barrister to help underserved communities. Now 32, Tinessa is making history as the first Sikh woman to receive this honor.

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NASA’s Hubble is Celebrating its 21st Anniversary with a Stunning View of the “Rose” of Galaxies

Astronomers are celebrating the 21st anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope by capturing stunning images of interacting galaxies, Arp 273. The larger spiral galaxy, UGC 1810, is distorted into a rose-like shape by its companion galaxy below it, UGC 1813. This composite image was created using data from three filters to capture a broad range of wavelengths on December 17, 2010. The beautiful result showcases the incredible capabilities and ongoing success of the Hubble Space Telescope in exploring our universe.

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A New Vision for Neighborhoods That Could Fight Loneliness

In the midst of a loneliness epidemic, cohousing communities are embracing radical neighborliness to combat isolation. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy warns that loneliness can be as harmful as smoking to health. Cohousing involves privately owned homes centered around shared spaces, fostering connections and community support. These unique living arrangements offer a solution to the growing issue of social isolation in today's society.

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This Revolutionary New Observatory Will Locate Millions of Galaxies

Meet the World’s Smallest Bear — And One of the Cutest of Their Kind

How a Phone is Helping Families Deal With Bereavement

From Irish Reels to Instagram Reel: How One Black Dancer is Fusing Traditional and Modern Steps

A Radical New Magnet Without Rare-Earth Metals Is About to Change Motors Forever

These Two Childhood Best Friends Graduated Together From Law School

How Seasonal Eating Could Be Better for Your Health

She Was Left Homeless as a Teenager. Now, She's Making History With Her Accomplishments.

NASA’s Hubble is Celebrating its 21st Anniversary with a Stunning View of the “Rose” of Galaxies

A New Vision for Neighborhoods That Could Fight Loneliness