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Smart Californians Fight the Drought by Installing Backyard Pools

Although drought conditions have ravaged California in recent years, some homeowners are actually turning to an unconventional solution to save water....
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Comcast’s New Data Caps are ‘Low Enough to Punish Streaming’?

Comcast, a wireless cable network known largely for their cable providers, hit a milestone this year: its number of Internet customers has well exceed...
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Naproxen Beats Out Other Medications for Back Pain, Says New Study

Naproxen is a drug that has long been available by prescription and over-the-counter. Now researchers say that it may be the better option to treat ba...
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New Study Shows Need for REM Sleep in Children

Sleep is an incredibly important part of our lives, and numerous studies have gone into detail about just how important it is. A recent study shows ex...
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More Court Cases on Electromagnetic Sensitivity

More and more people are bringing cases to court claiming that they are “allergic” to Wi-Fi. Electromagnetic sensitivity has been a hot-bu...
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Swim Gym Raises Funds to Help Teach Low-Income Children How to Swim

Swimming is a fun and healthy aerobic activity — and the fourth most popular sport in the United States. And while individuals like swim teacher...
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Panama City in Florida Approves ‘Golf Cart Friendly’ Roads in Certain Neighborhoods

Walking long distances in heat can be absolutely brutal, and walking in Florida heat can be downright unbearable. Panama City legislators have approve...
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California’s Governor Will be First to Live in Historic Mansion Since Reagan

California Governor Jerry Brown followed in the footsteps of his father, Edmund “Pat” Brown, when he became governor of the Golden State. ...
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Ohio Company Launches Trenchless Technology Awareness Program

The cost, time, and overall inefficiency of traditional excavation has reached a tipping point, according to a press release from the Ohio-based trenc...
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Roofing Industry Booms as El Nino Looms in California

Meteorologists and climatologists alike have been warning for months about the potential adverse conditions on the horizon in the west when El Nino hi...