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Learning to Fly: Aviation

Welcomes to the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention! Named for Dr. James Robert Cade, a professor of renal (kidney) medicine at the University of Florida and among the many accomplishments of Dr. Cade, he was the lead inventor of the sports drink known worldwide as Gatorade. Although he is...
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Learning to Fly: Aviation

Welcomes to the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention! Named for Dr. James Robert Cade, a professor of renal (kidney) medicine at the University of Florida and among the many accomplishments of Dr. Cade, he was the lead inventor of the sports drink known worldwide as Gatorade. Although he is...
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Capitalize On Coffee By Holding Off Your First Cup Until Three Hours After You Wake Up

The world is about to change for you, especially when you have the world take a number until you’ve completed your first cup of coffee in the morning. Besides getting your prepared for the daily tasks of life, over 127 scientific studies highlighted the many benefits of drinking coffee, from a...
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A Shorter Work Week May Help Save The Planet

Perhaps a reason for all of us to stand up for the environment. Scientists have studied the connection between greenhouse gas emissions and the number of hours people work every week to determine how many hours per week of work our current climate can actually afford. Shockingly they suggest...
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VIDEO: Epic Parking Spot Stand-Off Last Over Two Hours

Finding a parking space can be a daunting task and while people have been known to fight over them, a battle of epic proportions occurred Monday in Los Angeles, where a black and silver car were involved in a parking spot face off for over two hours! A very entertained Twitter fan grabbed a phone...
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Sleep Is The Best Medicine When Fighting A Cold Or Flu

As hard as it is to believe that we're in autumn with high temperatures still in the 90s, the season is indeed beginning to change. That also means the cold and flu season will be here before you know it and while we all know that rest is the best medicine to become well again, how much rest do you...
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Avoid Sabotaging Your Sunscreen

Despite the overwhelming body of research that proves just how dangerous too much sun exposure can be, far too many of us are not wearing or applying sunscreen correctly and that drastically increases your risk of developing several types of skin cancers. So make sure you are not getting a false...
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Eating All Your Meals For The Day Before 3pm Shown To Be Healthier

Could you survive if you finished eating for the day by 3pm? According to research studying a form of intermittent fasting known as early time-restricted feeding (eTRF), eating all your meals before 3pm lowers blood pressure, curbs diabetes and even makes you less hungry for snacks throughout the...
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Six Solid Hours of Laughter Available On Demand

While you were enjoying Sunday, it may have been missed that May 6th is World Laughter Day. It's no laughing matter for Radio HaHa, an online broadcast which launched yesterday with one one podcast of continious laughter for six solid hours. As strange as it may sound listening to continious...
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Heat Your Ham In A Slow Cooker

Along with all the gifts and decorations is the holiday meal. One that rivals Thanksgiving with many opting for a ham instead of turkey (or both). While turkeys need to be fully cooked, most hams only need to be reheated and while you could sneak it into the oven with the turkey the ham tends to...
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