Motorbiking around the world, ‘silent eating disorder,’ sharks in jeopardy: Catch up on the day’s stories

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The pair during a stop in North Africa. - Oliver Gamblin
The pair during a stop in North Africa. - Oliver Gamblin

1️⃣ Adventure of a lifetime: Lavi Scholl and Ollie Gamblin set off on a motorbike trip around the world. Along the way they visited 39 countries and even managed to squeeze in a quick wedding. They also made it into the record books.

2️⃣ Food fears: A condition known as ARFID can be debilitating and cause long-term health problems. Here’s what experts want you to know about this “silent eating disorder.”

3️⃣ Mystery solved: Scientists wanted to know why there was a dramatic shift in the path of the Ganges River 2,500 years ago. The answer was hidden in grains of sand.

4️⃣ Eyeing a legacy: Professional golfer Jordan Spieth is launching a junior tournament and fundraiser inspired in part by his younger sister, who has autism. His foundation helps military veterans, pediatric cancer patients and children with special needs.

5️⃣ Au revoir: An iconic Parisian drag cabaret club that has hosted singers such as Liza Minnelli and Serge Gainsbourg is closing due to financial struggles. Chez Michou inspired the classic French film “La Cage aux Folles.”

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Elsa/Getty Images

🏀 Which Boston Celtics player reportedly signed a five-year, $314 million contract — the largest in NBA history?
A. Al Horford
B. Jrue Holiday
C. Jaylen Brown
D. Jayson Tatum
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Your health

💊 Antidepressants: They can be lifesavers for people struggling with their mental health, but a new study found that some contribute to weight gain more than others. Here’s what you should know.

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