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Renewable Energy Provided More Power In U.S. Than Coal In 2019

The majority of energy consumed in the U.S. last year came from renewable sources like wind turbines, hydropower plants, and solar panels, displacing coal as the country's main energy source.
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Cold Weather Hacks To Keep You Warm

Floridians can handle pretty much all sorts of weather except freezing temperatures and bitterly cold wind. Freezing rain affecting much of the heart of Florida this morning and wind chills in the 20s and 30s all day the cold sticking around through Sunday. So make sure you are prepared by keeping...
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Pumpkin Carving Tips For A Longer-Lasting Jack-O-Lantern

With less than two weeks until Halloween you may wonder when is the best time to carve your pumpkin and transform the orange gourd into a jack-o-lantern. A hallowed out pumpkin will last anywhere from five to 10 days before it attracts flies and mold begins its rotting stage. However we have some...
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Earth, Wind & Fire

You can’t have a great party without great music. On select nights of Universal Orlando’s Mardi Gras you can catch some of the biggest names from the worlds of pop, rock, country, R&B and more live in concert on the Music Plaza stage. America’s 7th top-selling musical group of all-time, Earth,...
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Traditional Citronella Candles Useless In Keeping Zika-Carrying Mosquitoes Away

The warming weather means our favorite pesky summer insect will be back, the mosquito. As we prepare for their inevitable arrival and the Zika virus still a threat, scientist have found citronella candles, bracelets containing herbal extracts and sonic mosquito repelling units are useless in...
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Weather Can Be A Factor In Catching the Flu

Suffering the cold or flu? Thanks to last weekend's drop in temperatures, more people are feeling miserable. Come to find out that drop in outdoor temperatures play a big factor in getting sick. Researchers have confirmed that flu outbreaks seem to be activated about one week after the first really...
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