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Americans shoot off almost 1 pound of fireworks each year for every adult. And this figure has grown rapidly in recent years, from half a pound per adult in 2000. more
If you’re planning on lighting sparklers this Fourth of July, believing they are among the safest fireworks, think again. Doctors with HCA Florida Healthcare say they are actually among the most dangerous. more
Experiencing a disaster may be impossible to avoid. Yet as homeowners deal with the aftermath of a catastrophe, if they aren’t careful, they could be victimized by dishonest contractors. more
The average cost of living for a family of four in the state highlights the financial hardship many Florida families face. An estimated 25.6% of them earn less than $40,000 per year. more
I celebrated Earth Day at the Central Florida Earth Day Festival at Lake Eola in Orlando (on Saturday, April 23rd). It was an amazing event. Although no one told me it was vegan. But that's another story.  more
If you are a homeowner or renter in Florida, you may be wondering what the bill was trying to change and whether its failure to pass will affect you. more
Natural gas is an odorless, combustible mixture of simple hydrocarbon compounds, usually found deep in underground reservoirs. In its natural state, it is the cleanest-burning fossil fuel. more
Inflation is surging in the United States - in large part because of rising food prices. In cities across the country, food today is 8% more expensive on average than it was a year ago. more
For most dogs, the average life span is just 10-15 years, depending on the breed. And Embark Veterinary wants to change that. more
Take a UF/IFAS class and learn to build a bat house, make the most of your rental (and rental assistance), raise chickens in your backyard and more! more
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