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General Hotel Tips To Make Your Stays Easier

There will come a time when a hotel stay will be required. Regardless of your reason for staying at a hotel, you should know exactly what to be on the

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70-Year-Old Man Rows Across Atlantic Ocean And Raises $1 Million For Alzheimer’s Research

Frank Rothwell has become the oldest person to row unassisted across the Atlantic Ocean, raising more than $1 million for Alzheimer’s research. Rothwell, 70, from Oldham, England, set off the

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For 40 Years, A Man Convinced People That A Giant Penguin Lived In Florida

Early one morning in 1948, a phone call woke up the police chief in the small town of Clearwater, Florida. The caller said he’d seen something strange at the beach.

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Volunteers Rescue Thousands Of Sea Turtles From Texas Freeze

Volunteers have saved thousands of “cold-stunned” sea turtles near South Padre Island in Texas after a record-breaking winter storm brought freezing temperatures to the region. Thousands of stunned turtles have

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Tx. Man Helps Over 140 Stranded Drivers During Winter Storm Uri: ‘Put Yourself in Their Shoes’

A Texas man who nearly died in a car accident is using his second chance at life for good by rescuing 145 drivers who became stranded during winter storm Uri.

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Hope for Migraine Sufferers: Clinical Trial Shows Benefits of Yoga and Meditation

In a recent clinical trial, researchers showed that mindfulness-based stress reduction could provide real benefits to people with migraine. Migraine is a neurological disease that can be severely debilitating and

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Honoring The Black Astrophysicist at NASA Whose Innovative Space Telescope is Still on the Moon (1939-2020)

George Robert Carruthers did big things with his life: One of the first Black astrophysicists at NASA, he’s known for pioneering the first ultraviolet telescope that went to the Moon.

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World’s First Home Hydrogen Battery Powers Your House for 3 Days, is Recyclable, and Not a Fire Risk

With Texan power outages hitting the headlines this week, it’s worth looking to a startup that’s developed the world’s first renewable, hydrogen-powered energy storage system. At full charge, it can

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