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Meet the Ghanaian Chef Cooking for Over 100 Hours to Break a World Record

Ghanaian chef Failatu Abdul-Razak is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for a cook-a-thon by preparing banku and other regional dishes on live TV for over 110 hours, aiming to surpass the current record of 119 hours and 57 minutes. The marathon cooking event in the northern city of Tamale has garnered widespread support, with celebrities, government leaders, and the public cheering Abdul-Razak on as she strives for the feat. The attempt is celebrated as a "national assignment," showcasing the spirit of unity and excitement in Ghana.

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This Revolutionary ‘Space Hairdryer’ is Sparking New Hope for Heart Healing

Researchers have just discovered that gentle shockwaves could help regenerate heart tissue in patients post-bypass surgery. A study conducted in Austria showed promising results with participants able to walk further and pump more blood after receiving treatment with what doctors are calling a 'space hairdryer' device. This breakthrough could potentially benefit millions of people worldwide suffering from heart disease. Larger trials are now being planned to replicate these positive outcomes on a broader scale using this innovative device.

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A New AI-Enhanced Blood Test May Detect Parkinson’s Years Before Onset

A new blood test using artificial intelligence can predict Parkinson's disease up to seven years before symptoms appear, potentially leading to earlier treatment and improved research into slowing the disease. Developed by scientists at UCL and University of Göttingen, the test identifies a signature pattern of eight blood proteins in patients with Parkinson's. If validated on a larger scale, this early diagnostic method could be available within two years, offering hope for future treatments that may slow or prevent the progression of this condition.

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Coldplay’s New Album Is Made of Plastic Collected from Rivers by The Ocean Cleanup

Exciting news for Coldplay fans! The band has announced a new album, Moon Music, featuring a limited edition record made from plastic removed from Guatemala's Rio Las Vacas. Teaming up with non-profit The Ocean Cleanup, Coldplay is supporting efforts to rid oceans of plastic pollution. The eco-conscious collaboration has resulted in the creation of the Notebook Edition LP, combining river plastic and recycled waste bottles.

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Asking These 4 Questions at Work Can Make You More Successful, According to Psychologists

Looking to build better relationships at work? Organizational psychologist Richard Davis shares four questions that can help you uncover the core values of your colleagues. By understanding their personality blueprint, you can connect more authentically and positively impact your career. Remember, self-awareness is key before characterizing others — seek feedback and ask yourself "why" to grow personally and professionally.

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Astronomers Just Witnessed a Supermassive Black Hole Roaring to Life

In a galaxy 300 million light-years away, astronomers witnessed an unprecedented event: the sudden brightening of a once-faint galaxy. This resurgence, marked by X-ray emissions, hints at a supermassive black hole awakening at its core. Researchers believe this phenomenon offers valuable insights into black hole growth and evolution, shedding light on cosmic mysteries. The discovery was made possible by advanced telescopes like the Zwicky Transient Facility and promises more exciting revelations with upcoming observatories.

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Officers and Good Samaritans Just Rescued a Baby Moose Trapped in a Lake

In a heartwarming rescue in Alaska, an adventurous man and two police officers saved a baby moose from certain danger after it fell into a lake. The man, Spencer Warren, heard the distressed calf's cries while preparing his floatplane for the day. With the worried mother nearby, they worked together to free the struggling moose from between the plane floats and dock. Thanks to their quick actions, the exhausted calf was safely reunited with its mother on dry land.

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An Ancient Malaria Remedy Could Offer Hope to Those With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

An ancient Chinese remedy for malaria is showing promise in relieving symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a common disorder affecting reproductive-age women. The derivative of artemisinin, found in Artemisia plants, helped reduce PCOS symptoms in a small group of women. While this treatment shows potential benefits for managing PCOS, further research is needed to confirm its efficacy and safety before it can be widely used as an approved treatment option.

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These State Parks Now Offer Blind Visitors an App to Help Them Safely Explore on Their Own

Great news for Colorado's state parks! A new app called Aira is now available to assist blind and low vision visitors, providing live support through trained agents. This innovative tool enhances accessibility by describing surroundings, helping with navigation, and more. The partnership between Aira, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the Governor’s Office of Information Technology ensures everyone can enjoy the outdoors safely.

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This Taylor Swift Fan Sang an Entire Eras Playlist While Running on a Treadmill

A Taylor Swift fan in London took on the challenge of singing all 46 songs from her Eras Tour set list while running on a treadmill. Inspired by Swift's intense workout routine, Rebecca Richmond-Smith completed the three-hour challenge with outfit changes for each album era. Running a total of 12.6 miles, she found it exhausting but rewarding. A dedicated "Swiftie" since 2006, Rebecca hopes to attend one of Swift's UK shows and is already planning future fitness challenges with Taylor's new album tracks.

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Montana Has Started a Drive-Thru Blood Donation Pickup for Rural Ambulances

In a life-saving turn of events, Crystal Hiwalker's near-death experience during a stormy ambulance ride inspired the creation of the Montana Interfacility Blood Network. This innovative program allows ambulances to pick up blood from hospitals along their route to provide timely transfusions for rural patients facing traumatic injuries. Since its launch in 2022, the network has already helped at least three patients and is gaining interest from other states with large rural regions like Oregon.

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This Revolutionary ‘Space Hairdryer’ is Sparking New Hope for Heart Healing

A New AI-Enhanced Blood Test May Detect Parkinson’s Years Before Onset

Coldplay’s New Album Is Made of Plastic Collected from Rivers by The Ocean Cleanup

Asking These 4 Questions at Work Can Make You More Successful, According to Psychologists

Astronomers Just Witnessed a Supermassive Black Hole Roaring to Life

Officers and Good Samaritans Just Rescued a Baby Moose Trapped in a Lake

An Ancient Malaria Remedy Could Offer Hope to Those With Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

These State Parks Now Offer Blind Visitors an App to Help Them Safely Explore on Their Own

This Taylor Swift Fan Sang an Entire Eras Playlist While Running on a Treadmill

Montana Has Started a Drive-Thru Blood Donation Pickup for Rural Ambulances