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Meet the Artist Creating Colorful Portraits Out of Rolled Paper

Ayobola Kekere-Ekun, a Nigerian artist, creates vibrant artworks using a unique technique called "quilling," which involves rolling and shaping paper. Her art recently caught the attention of admirers like Alicia Keys and her husband, who granted her a $5,000 grant as part of an initiative to support artists. Through her unique and expressive approach, Kekere-Ekun hopes to break stereotypes about Nigerian art and inspire others to stay true to their unique perspectives and creativity.

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A 9-Year-Old Girl Who Went Missing From a Camping Trip Has Been Found Safe

In a heartwarming turn of events, a nine-year-old girl named Charlotte Sena, who had gone missing during a family camping trip in upstate New York, has been found safe and in good health following a two-day search. Approximately 400 people, including state and local police, forest rangers, and volunteer firefighters, came together to assist in the search operation. Charlotte's safe return brings relief to her family and the community, highlighting the power of collective efforts and the resilience of hope in the face of adversity.

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Here's Why NASA is Pointing a Massive Telescope at Two Upcoming Solar Eclipses

In an exciting development, a retired NASA radio telescope, the 112-foot Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope, will be turned towards the sun during the upcoming annular solar eclipse on October 14. This marks a significant moment for the Solar Patrol citizen science program, as it offers a glimpse into what happens when sunspots are covered by the moon. Despite not providing images, this radio astronomy endeavor promises to shed light on the sun's inner corona and magnetic field, thanks to the occurrence of two solar eclipses within six months.

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Meet Jawlene, the Rescued Alligator Missing Her Upper Jaw and Now Living Her Best Life

A resilient alligator in Florida that lost half its jaw years ago and had little chance of surviving in the wild has been given a second chance at life. The small gator, discovered near a lake near Sanford, Florida, is now under the care of the Orlando theme park and wildlife preserve, Gatorland. Named Jawlene after Dolly Parton's song "Jolene," this brave gator is defying the odds and even managed to eat on her own for the first time recently!

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Ukraine is Building an Underground School in Kharkiv to Allow Students to Learn in Safety

The city of Kharkiv in Ukraine is planning to build the country's first fully underground school to protect students from frequent attacks as a result of the war. The move comes as a response to the ongoing conflict in the region, which has disrupted education for many children. By creating a safe, underground learning environment, the city aims to ensure that thousands of Kharkiv children can continue their education even during these difficult times.

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This Woman Just Met the Kind Stranger Who Saved her Life With a Bone Marrow Donation

A heartwarming reunion occurred between Cody Jordan from Mississippi and Sheila Crotty from New Brunswick, Canada, who had never met but were connected by a life-saving bone marrow donation. In 2012, Jordan, upon learning he was a match for Crotty, donated his bone marrow, giving her a second chance at life after battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The emotional meeting solidified the impact of their decision, reminding us of the profound difference individuals can make in each other's lives through acts of kindness and selflessness.

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Scientists Have Discovered That a Small Strand of RNA Could Be Key to Fighting Cancer

Researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have discovered that a tiny piece of microRNA, known as let-7, plays a crucial role in the memory formation of T-cells, which are essential for recognizing and fighting tumor cells. This discovery has the potential to improve cancer therapies by enhancing the immune system's ability to remember and attack cancerous cells. The research sheds light on the mechanisms behind how T-cells form memories and could pave the way for the development of next-generation immunotherapies.

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Here's the Number 1 Rule to Follow to be Happier at Work, From a Psychotherapist

Finding meaning in your work, no matter how small or seemingly mundane the task, can significantly contribute to your happiness and success on the job. Research shows that employees who find their work meaningful are not only happier but also more productive and likely to receive raises and promotions. To infuse meaning into your work, ask yourself why you're doing each task, focus on the positive impact it can have, and consider how it benefits you, society, or others.

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Golden Retrievers Have Been the Mayor of This Town for More Than a Decade

In the charming town of Idyllwild, Southern California, the role of mayor has been filled by three generations of golden retrievers, starting with Mayor Max I in 2011. Phyllis Mueller and her husband saw an opportunity to use the mayoral position to do good for the town and beyond, using Max I's charisma and love to connect with people at various events and gatherings. Max II and now Max III have continued this legacy, and Max III just completed his first year in office, filled with public appearances, visits to schools and hospitals, and belly rubs.

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This Ballet School is Breaking Racial Barriers and Inspiring Young Girls

Ruth Essel, the founder of Pointe Black Ballet School in London, has created a safe and empowering space for Black dancers, inspired by her own experiences of discrimination within the ballet world. Pointe Black aims to provide an inclusive environment where students can feel accepted and celebrated for who they are. By incorporating African steps and music styles in their shows and embracing diversity, Essel is working to make ballet more accessible and welcoming for dancers of all backgrounds, fostering a sense of community and empowerment.

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Astronomers Are Stumped By a Pair of Planets Floating Through Space

It's a discovery that has astronomers scratching their heads. The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has found two Jupiter-sized "planets" floating freely in space and appear to be moving in pairs. Dubbed Jupiter Mass Binary Objects or "JuMBOs" for short, scientists say they might have been ejected from star systems. This may reshape our understanding of planetary system formation and the dynamics of objects in space, offering exciting opportunities for further exploration.

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A 9-Year-Old Girl Who Went Missing From a Camping Trip Has Been Found Safe

Here's Why NASA is Pointing a Massive Telescope at Two Upcoming Solar Eclipses

Meet Jawlene, the Rescued Alligator Missing Her Upper Jaw and Now Living Her Best Life

Ukraine is Building an Underground School in Kharkiv to Allow Students to Learn in Safety

This Woman Just Met the Kind Stranger Who Saved her Life With a Bone Marrow Donation

Scientists Have Discovered That a Small Strand of RNA Could Be Key to Fighting Cancer

Here's the Number 1 Rule to Follow to be Happier at Work, From a Psychotherapist

Golden Retrievers Have Been the Mayor of This Town for More Than a Decade

This Ballet School is Breaking Racial Barriers and Inspiring Young Girls

Astronomers Are Stumped By a Pair of Planets Floating Through Space