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How Much Flying Time Is Enough?

Today’s Training Means Pilots Are Given Too Much Responsibility Too Soon, Aviator Says A commercial-pilot shortage that’s expected to continue to grow this year could mean a promising job market for up-and-coming aviators. But many industry... Read More

Working Through Self-Destructive Behaviors

Working Through Self-Destructive Behaviors During the Holidays By Lisa Ferentz, LCSW-C xThe holidays can be a wonderful and cozy time of year. We reconnect with those long forgotten warm sweaters that have waited patiently for us in the back of our... Read More

201 days of the X-Files

On Wednesday, the Fox network uploaded the teaser to YouTube, where the video has been viewed almost two million times. While a silhouette of a man, perhaps Mulder’s, appears beside what could be a warehouse railing, Mulder is heard saying,... Read More

Do you know your @Uber passenger rating?

Do you know your Uber passenger rating? Well, if you struggle to catch a lift through the app then it might be terribly low. But don’t sweat it—just heed the what-not-to-do advice from Danielle and Laura Kosann of The New Potato, who tackle... Read More

The Dangers of Dental Amalgam

Patients are advised to always ask dental professionals about the restorative material that is being used for their procedure. Patients are also advised that dental amalgam– the metallic mixture that many dentists use to fill cavities and perform... Read More

Maximize Your Retirement Nest Egg

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Surprising Household Hazards

Your home has well-lit stairways, household cleaners in an upper cabinet and smoke detectors with fresh batteries — so it’s safe, right? Here are some potential household dangers you may not have considered: Electronic appliances: The... Read More

Tips for a Safer Commute w/ @StateFarm

Morning roadways can get busy: The U.S. Census Bureau says 86 percent of American workers drive themselves to their job. If this includes you, stay cautious with these tips for commuting to work safely. Leave early. According to the Governors... Read More

5 reasons why swimming will be your kid’s #funnestsport

Matt Sinnott is a freelance blogger and proud dad 5 reasons why swimming will be your kid’s #funnestsport As a parent of a young child, I — naturally — want to enroll my kid into every activity they can possibly manage and wait in hopes that one... Read More

@MyRealGames Provides Safe Haven for Younger Gamers

MyRealGames Provides Safe Haven for Younger Gamers, Free From Malware, Adult Content and In-Game Purchases MyRealGames is offering children and younger gamers a safe haven to enjoy age-appropriate games, giving peace of mind to worried parents... Read More

Are you upset w/Microsoft Family parental controls since the update?

A new version of Microsoft’s parental control product is ready for the Windows 10 launch, but users are complaining about changes they didn’t see coming and don’t care for. The free service, known previously as Family Safety, has... Read More

5 Reasons to Visit the Crime Museum this Summer

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, Americans do a lot of traveling in the summer. In fact, they report that over 657 million long distance summer trips are made in a year, with the average being around 284 miles one-way. Those looking... Read More

@IAmKidPresident Reveals What Kids Really Want Out of Summer Vacation

Summer is finally here and today, Kid President is revealing what kids really want out of a summer vacation in a brand new episode of his self-titled viral series that is currently featured exclusively on In partnership with HomeAway and... Read More

@InkByMannyScott Offers Hope To Forgotten Kids That They Can Achieve Their Dreams

Passionate about youth, Manny Scott spends over six months of the year on the road, talking to educators and inspiring young adults to realize their true potential. His new book, Your Next Chapter: How to Turn the Page and Create the Life of Your... Read More

Apple Music debuts tomorrow – upgrade iOS & iTunes Now!

Apple will make iOS 8.4, the upgrade necessary to try out the Cupertino, Calif. company’s new streaming music service, available early Tuesday for downloading to iPhones and iPads. Ian Rogers, director of Apple Music, mentioned an 8 a.m. PT (11... Read More

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