Travel with a drone

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Traveling is a time of discovering new places, new places in the world but also within yourself. It’s for sharing new experiences, and enjoying with your friends and family. It is the best way to make new friends and enjoy life. You are able to see amazing views and sights wherever you go. Traveling allows […]

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Cheap and tasty, drink tea for your health

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Tea is the the world’s most frequently sipped beverage worldwide after plain water.  Typically cheaper than coffee, it’s as beneficial to your budget as it is for your health. Research shows tea can lower risk of heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes. It helps with glaucoma and cognitive decline, and is at once soothing […]

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Top Secrets of Successful Business

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Organizational skills, effective scheme, and money can make you a successful businessperson. Majority of people think that they will open shop and customer are at the doorstep. It is a hard job to take the small business to great heights. Appropriate use of time, implementation of planning and proper investment of money are keys to […]

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Drinking Plastic, Every Day

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In September of 2017, Orb Media, a non-profit digital newsroom based in Washington, released the results of the first scientific study on the presence of microplastics in tap water. The study tested water flowing from taps in 14 countries around the world. From New York to Uganda, microplastics were present in 83% of the samples. […]

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How Much More Expensive are Electric Cars?

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Electric cars are enjoying a surge in popularity right now and becoming an increasingly common sight on the roads. This is largely due to the Government’s clean air plans and the planned 2040 ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars, but also the wide range of excellent electric vehicles available and the various […]

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Recipe: Roasted Parmesan Butternut Squash

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It’s springtime in the Middle East. Afternoons are warm, but chilly evenings still make oven-roasted vegetables an enjoyable option for dinner. Butternut, and other hard-skinned squashes, are in season, and will be for at least another month. Here’s April’s seasonal produce, all detailed out for you. I picked up a medium-sized butternut squash to make […]

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Cruel Cat Woman deported from Abu Dhabi

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An Abu Dhabi court has ordered the deportation of a woman who kept 40 cats in a crammed room in her private villa. All the cats were in very poor health condition, with one found dead. If only she had satisfied her cat cravings by watching YouTube cat videos. Area residents had reported her to authorities […]

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Clean Electricity Flows From The Negev Desert

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Close to 60% of Israel’s land mass lies under desert. Lots of sand. And lots of sun. Resolving to view how Israel exploits that solar abundance, I traveled through the Negev on a late-winter day in March with Ofer Tsimmering, head of the demographics department of the Ramat HaNegev Regional Council. I watched the highway […]

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