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Debate on Factors Causing Breast Cancer

Debate on Factors Causing Breast Cancer

The risk factors that result in breast cancer are the center of discussion at the 30th Annual Miami Breast Cancer Conference, being held March 7-10, in Miami Beach, Florida.

Rocket Launch from Cape Canaveral

Rocket Launch from Cape Canaveral

The launch of SpaceX Falcon rocket 9 is scheduled for today. This rocket will be launched following a five-month turnaround of a successful mission, which saw the ability of a vehicle to survive following an engine failure while it was flying.

Locklear Loses Hair in Online Hair Tutorial

Locklear Loses Hair in Online Hair Tutorial

A 13-year old girl from Florida, Tori Locklear lost her hair to iron while showing the way the curls and other hair designs happen.

Florida Experienced a Spectacular Cosmic Event

Florida Experienced a Spectacular Cosmic Event

A number of South Floridians witnessed a spectacular light show Sunday night. There were orange or red fireballs in the sky flowing from Jacksonville to Key West. According to Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Sabrina Laberdesque, from 7:30 pm onwards, he received plenty of phone calls from folks reporting the night show. There were flare-like objects in the sky.

Florida Couple’s Coffee Addiction

Florida Couple’s Coffee Addiction

Mike and Trina make a Florida couple, which is like all those other people, who are addicted to coffee and can't live without it. But, their love for coffee goes way beyond the norm as they use coffee enemas to feed their addiction.

Couple from Florida Takes 100 Coffee Enemas a Month

Couple from Florida Takes 100 Coffee Enemas a Month

Mike and Trina do not like to drink coffee, the caffeinated beverage. They believe that the same is harmful to their health. Therefore, they instead prefer using it as enema, the report has found.

But, it has equally come out as a fact that the couple from St. Petersburg, Fla. has become so addicted to enemas so far that they now take some 100 of these a month.

‘Python Challenge’ Aiming to Wipe Out Invasive Snakes

‘Python Challenge’ Aiming to Wipe Out Invasive Snakes

Saturday, Florida launched its `Python Challenge' for the first time ever and since then, a large count of Burmese pythons' perils of being killed have increased. A recent report has uncovered that many of these have already lost their lives.

Things Looking Better for Haiti after Epidemic

Things Looking Better for Haiti after Epidemic

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has reported progress in the reconstruction process after the earthquake that devastated Haiti. More than 200,000 people were killed and 1.5 million were left homeless.

Thousands of Haitians were infected with cholera after the catastrophic earthquake of magnitude 7.0, near Port-au-prince, three years ago.

Florida Man Smuggles Dinosaur Fossil, Guilty in Court

Florida Man Smuggles Dinosaur Fossil, Guilty in Court

Eric Prokopi was found to have been engaged in a highly illegal activity. It is therefore that the Florida man was taken court where he not only was accused, but also pleaded guilty of smuggling dinosaurs.

States Seek to Own SpaceX Spaceport

States Seek to Own SpaceX Spaceport

Though, all states have been competing with each other over having the SpaceX new launch site. It is being claimed by a recent report that Florida is most likely to win, since it has been known for space history and general funding.

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