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Meet Fiddy, the Kitten Capturing the Internet's Heart With Her Floral Antics

Fiddy, lovingly known as Fiddy the Flowercat, has captured hearts online with her endearing behavior. This gentle cat enjoys bringing home beautiful blooms for her human to enjoy, and her recent TikTok video shows her climbing in through the window with a large pink flower in her mouth, looking for her owner to deliver her thoughtful gift. The video has not only delighted viewers but also inspired some playful banter among cat owners about sharing the adorable behavior with their own feline friends.

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A New Hiv Drug Could Be Made for Just $40 a Year for Every Patient

A new drug, lenacapavir, could revolutionize HIV prevention by offering 100% protection to thousands of women in South Africa and Uganda. Priced at just $40 a year per patient, it is a thousand times cheaper than the current cost. Experts believe this breakthrough could lower HIV levels significantly if made available worldwide rapidly and affordably. Campaigners are urging Gilead to allow generic licensing for all low- and middle-income countries to ensure fair access for everyone in need.

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‘dark Oxygen’ Was Just Discovered Coming from the Deep Ocean Floor

Researchers say they've found deep-sea mineral deposits in the Pacific Ocean that can produce oxygen without sunlight. These rock-like nodules, full of valuable metals like manganese and cobalt, may act as natural geobatteries splitting seawater to create oxygen. This groundbreaking discovery challenges traditional ideas about where oxygen comes from on Earth and sheds light on a little-known ecosystem thriving in the deep sea. The scientists say they are excited to explore how these minerals impact life on the seabed.

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Physicists Just Created an Element Using a Particle Beam

In an exciting breakthrough, scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have successfully created livermorium, element 116, using a titanium particle beam for the first time. This achievement brings them closer to reaching the island of stability where superheavy elements may be long-lived and easier to study. The team's discovery was presented at the Nuclear Structure 2024 conference with plans to publish their findings shortly. Next on their agenda: hunting for element 120 in hopes of breaking new ground in heavy element research.

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This Material Could Play Big Role in Bhutan’s Carbon Storage

A recent study reveals that Bhutan could potentially store 68% of its greenhouse gas emissions by using biochar made from crop residues. This innovative approach positions Bhutan as a leader in sustainable agriculture and emissions reduction. Biochar, a carbon-rich material, helps crops grow and can store carbon in the soil for long periods, aiding in mitigating climate change. While challenges exist with biochar usage, such as potential harm to soil under certain conditions, research shows promising results in improving soil health and crop yields.

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Miracle Baby Who Underwent Surgery Before Being Born Survives Critical Condition

A baby born in Abu Dhabi faced major health challenges but fought through critical procedures and surgeries. After a 135-day stay in the NICU, he finally went home with his parents, bringing them immense relief. The Emirati couple overcame a difficult diagnosis during pregnancy and found hope through specialized care at Burjeel Medical City. With expert medical intervention and their baby's fighting spirit, they celebrated a miraculous recovery against all odds.

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Invictus Games Competitor Emotionally Recalls the Day Prince Harry Changed Her Life

Prince Harry's Invictus Games Foundation, started in 2014 to help military veterans worldwide, has had a huge impact. The games give injured or ill service members the chance to compete and showcase their rehabilitation progress. Recently, it was announced that the Invictus Games will return to the UK in 2027. Former Royal Air Force sergeant Michelle Turner credits Prince Harry for changing lives through his dedication to veterans and hosting these inspiring games.

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How a Palestinian Artist Is Weaving Her Country's History Into Fashion

Reem Harazin's new fashion collaboration blends cultural motifs with modern style, showcasing resilience and identity. The limited-edition "Native" collection celebrates Palestinian heritage through art. Reem, a 30-year-old artist from Palestine, uses symbols like the key of return and keffiyeh to tell her people's story. Despite challenges in Gaza, she sees art as a form of resistance and hope for a free Palestine.

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“jeopardy!” Legend Alex Trebek Receives Special Honor on What Would Have Been His 84th Birthday

In a heartwarming tribute to the late Alex Trebek, the United States Postal Service has released a special Jeopardy forever stamp in his honor. The stamp was unveiled on what would have been Trebek's 84th birthday, showcasing his iconic role as host of the beloved game show. Ken Jennings, who succeeded Trebek as host, shared fond memories of his friend and mentor during the unveiling event in Los Angeles. Fans can now purchase these commemorative stamps to celebrate the enduring legacy of Alex Trebek and his impact on millions around the world.

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Baby Crawls to Victory in Emerald Downs ‘diaper Derby’

Baby Rosie stole the show at the annual “Diaper Derby” in Auburn, Washington, by crawling towards her grandpa to claim victory. The adorable tot's determined effort paid off as she won the grand prize amidst cheers and applause from the crowd. The heartwarming moment captured everyone's attention and spread joy throughout the event. Baby Rosie's triumphant crawl showcased her competitive spirit and brought smiles to all who witnessed her impressive feat.

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Quick-thinking Schoolgirl Saves Gran After Stroke

A nine-year-old girl named Harper saved her grandmother from a stroke by using skills she learned in school. Her quick thinking and calm response impressed everyone around her, including teachers and medics. Harper's actions allowed for prompt medical treatment, leading to her grandmother's full recovery. The young hero received a bravery award from her school and continues to inspire others with her courage and presence of mind during the emergency.

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A New Hiv Drug Could Be Made for Just $40 a Year for Every Patient

‘dark Oxygen’ Was Just Discovered Coming from the Deep Ocean Floor

Physicists Just Created an Element Using a Particle Beam

This Material Could Play Big Role in Bhutan’s Carbon Storage

Miracle Baby Who Underwent Surgery Before Being Born Survives Critical Condition

Invictus Games Competitor Emotionally Recalls the Day Prince Harry Changed Her Life

How a Palestinian Artist Is Weaving Her Country's History Into Fashion

“jeopardy!” Legend Alex Trebek Receives Special Honor on What Would Have Been His 84th Birthday

Baby Crawls to Victory in Emerald Downs ‘diaper Derby’

Quick-thinking Schoolgirl Saves Gran After Stroke