The Empire State Building is Now 100% Powered By Wind, Along With 13 Other Related Buildings

The beloved New York City landmark Empire State Building is now run entirely by wind energy—making it a green new year for the 15,000 people working inside. Empire State Realty Trust, Inc. which owns the 102-story skyscraper along with 13 other office buildings, signed a three-year contract with Green Mountain Energy to power its entire […]

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Watch Therapy Dogs Surprise National Guard Troops in Washington, D.C. Who May Be Missing Their Own Pets

In time for Valentine’s Day we bring you a story of doggie love, direct from Washington, D.C. where thousands of National Guard troops will continue to be stationed away from their homes for at least another month. More than 250 Guardsmen have been staying downtown at the Hamilton Hotel in the nation’s capital since troops […]

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From City to Rural Countryside, Study Suggests Wisdom Can Protect Against Loneliness

Over the last few decades, there has been growing concern about loneliness across all ages, particularly in middle-aged and older adults, but a new study suggests one type of intervention that wouldn’t involve relying on other people. Feeling isolated or not having an adequate number of meaningful personal connections, is consistently associated with major risk […]

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Jaw-Dropping Footage of Northern Lights Pulsing Across Entire Canadian Sky–With Southern Lights, Too

This primary care nurse calls himself a ‘Therapeutic Photographer’—and his ‘Southern Lights’ video could calm anyone’s anxiety. Captured near his home in Pinehouse Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada on February 6, the explosion of dancing light was “the BEST I’ve seen so far!”, exclaimed Dre Erwin. Erwin didn’t need to use time-lapse to capture the entire sky, […]

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