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Gainesville Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags And Take Out Containers

Starting August 1, 2019, you will no longer have the "plastic" bag option at a grocery store, restaurant or retail store within the City of Gainesville. The Gainesville City Commission unanimously voted Thursday (1/17/19) to ban single-use plastic bags and polystyrene containers used by grocery...
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Give Up Your Smartphone For A Year For $100,000

Would you be willing to go for an entire year without your smartphone for $100,000? Vitamin Water says 1 out of 2 people couldn’t live without their smartphone. So to motivate you to break the cycle with scroll-free life solutions, they're offering $100,000 to someone who gives up their phone for...
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One-Piece Inflatable Suit Aims To Make Traveling Easy

Whoever said that when it comes to traveling, getting there is half the fun, obviously never flew economy! Form long TSA lines to crowded aisles, air travel is grueling to say the least. Thankfully we now have The Inflatable Travel Jumpsuit , which is a jumpsuit designed for air travel. Created by...
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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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Government Extend Expiration Dates On EpiPens By Four Months Amid Shortage

Millions of people with food allergies depend on EpiPens to give them quick access to epinephrine in the event their allergy causes their throats to swell and close up. Epinephrine, more commonly known as adrenaline, a hormone that can help relax muscles. It can open airways and reduce swelling...
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App Boosts Android Battery Life by 30%

Good news Android phone users! There is an app that is able to extend the battery life of your phone by up to an hour. The MultiDroid app works by dialing down the brightness of 'non-critical applications,' thereby limiting the amount of energy eaten up by devices. So you save on energy consumption...
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Doing This Will Lessen The Chance Your Marriage Ends in Divorce

Nearly half of all marriages end in divorce with many citing irreconcilable differences as the cause. Many couple simply realize they do not work together, even though at one time they were madly in love. But there is one thing couples can do to decrease their chances of ending up divorced, wait...
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Keep Cooked Food Safe To Eat At A Cookout

Cooking at home, the general rules is you have about two hours to get the food in your stomach or in the fridge before it begins to go bad. Naturally, that time is shortened when eating outside in the summer heat but it's shorter than most people believe. According to food safety experts,...
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Uses For Mismatched Socks

Somewhere socks get lost between being worn and the laundry basket. It leaves us with onesies that are missing their twin but rather than having them sit around and collect dust, you can put them to work around the house. Socks usually generate some amount of static which makes them fantastic for...
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Surprise Your Child With A New Activity Hourly On Long Travel Trips

: Long car trips can be exhausting for adults and torture if you have small children. For those who haven't quite grasped the understanding of sitting for hours in the car or whose attention span isn't fully developed you may be tempted to give them a book bag full of toys and activities. This is a...
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