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Five Ways To Lower Your Auto Insurance Premium

The average car insurance yearly premium reached a new high last year. In fact, rates were higher for 63% of drivers in 2019. On average, it cost Floridians a record $2,309 last year for auto insurance, which is up nearly 30% since 2011. Florida has the third highest costs, just behind Louisiana...
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The Perfect temperature To Serve Soup

Finding the right temperature for soup can be difficult. On one hand, few culinary experiences are as unsatisfying as sipping on a lukewarm broth. On the other hand, nobody enjoys burning their taste buds to a crisp either! Studies confirm what chefs have long suspected: Temperature affects the...
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Beware Of In-Store Credit Cards

Some of the biggest shopping days of the year are rapidly approaching and retailers will take full advantage of every second of it. You may find yourself tempted to get an in-store credit card, which can have its advantages, however with the average annual percentage rate (APR) for retail cards now...
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Study Links Soft Drinks With Higher Death Rates

A new report that tracked 452,000 people in ten countries found that that people who drank two or more glasses of soft drinks per day were more likely to die from all types of ailments, compared with people who drank less than one glass per month. The study found differences in the health effects...
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High-Tech Garbage Can Seals In Stinky Trash

After a long day at the office, nothing will ruin your relief of coming home than smelling the garbage can! Thankfully there's a high-tech garbage can, called Townew, which not only seals in odors, it also seals and changes the trash bag for you. All you have to do is press a button, wait a few...
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Mumps Cases On The Rise With Alachua County Second Highest In State

The CDC says there have been 971 cases of measles reported in the United States so far this year , meaning with the year not quite half over, now has the greatest number of cases in a single year in nearly three decades. For the two confirmed cases in Florida involved residents who were...
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Chores For Kids At Any Age

Since the dawn of time, children have been tasked with helping their parents on what have become chores. Having children do chores is not just an efficient way to get it all done; it’s an integral part of raising happy, confident children who become productive and conscientious members of their...
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Olive Oil Isn't Always Best For Cooking

Many of us opt for heart-healthy olive oil, one of the key ingredients in Mediterranean cooking, for all of our cooking needs, but it may not be the right oil for the job every time. While olive oil is usually the highest premium and healthiest oil with good flavor, it has one flaw, a low smoke...
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North Carolina Town Bans World's Worst Halloween Candy

Wednesday evening will be filled with trick-or-treaters going from door to door in search of Halloween treats. As we learned last week, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup ranks as the most popular Halloween "fun size" candy and a surefire way to make sure your home avoids a Halloween prank. However one town...
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Moderate Carbohydrate Consumption Linked With A Longer Life

In the world of weight control the dreaded "C" word may not be so bad after all. According to a new study, people who get about half of their total calories from carbohydrates may be at a lower risk of early death than those who follow either very high- or very low-carb diets. The researchers...
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