Activities Aim to Help Parents, Teachers, Camp Counselors Make Sun Safety Fun
Kids are more vulnerable to damage from the sun than adults. A few blistering sunburns in childhood can double a person’s lifetime chances of developing serious forms of... Read More
Q. I’m really excited for our family vacation to the beach this summer. I have two teenagers – a 13-year-old son and a 15-year-old daughter. Both are good, safe swimmers, who I trust in our backyard pool. Does that mean they should be fine in the... Read More
You’re ready to retire your old car and acquire a new ride. Or maybe you’re shopping for the very first car you can call your own. Should you buy or lease? It’s a great question because there are benefits and drawbacks with both options.
In terms... Read More
The Toy Association has released a new report, “Decoding STEM/STEAM,” to help tackle the challenges, stigmas, and myths related to STEM/STEAM learning. The report aims to:
Shed light on the meaning and history of STEM/STEAM
Eradicate myths and... Read More
Running a marketing campaign online means blood, sweat, tears. And time.
One of the toughest things to figure out when organizing such a social media-bound marketing campaign, in particular, would be- the schedule. More precisely, how much content you... Read More
Among broadband-enabled households in the United States, 69 percent subscribe to at least 1 over-the-top (OTT) video service, while 38 percent subscribe to at least 2 subscriptions. What’s more, households with 3 or more OTT subscriptions are the... Read More
Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time.
Diane Reeve, “the new face of HIV,” is also broadening her efforts to be of... Read More
The Alcatraz East Crime Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, helps parents keep their kids learning in a fun and unique way
Some people call it summer brain drain, others call it the summer learning loss. No matter what you call it, experts tend to agree... Read More
Have you played Fortnite yet? If you haven’t, you probably know someone who has as the game’s popularity has exploded in recent months, attracting celebrities, professional athletes, and gamers of all ages. Unfortunately, Fortnite’s mass... Read More
With Father’s Day approaching and nearly 93 percent of dads with young kids working today, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst States for Working Dads.
In order to help dads balance their... Read More
The newest destructive malware in the online community is making us rethink the safety of our Wi-Fi routers. If you have internet at your home, chances are you have a router. VPNFilter is a new form of malware designed to penetrate routers, and... Read More
Welcome to our mid-year Apple rumor roundup, popping up just in time for the company’s annual September product announcement.
Because rumors have an odd tendency to be true around these parts, treat this article as a look at possible things to come.... Read More
Father’s Day is fast approaching, and this year, we want to help you think beyond the tie! Though traditional gifts have their place, most fathers could probably do without another “World’s Greatest Dad” mug or hobby-themed... Read More
By JOE LAVIS
The final weeks of school can be so hectic that planning the following three months often comes as an afterthought. With assignments, tests and early bus rides behind them, students are left to wonder, “what should I do this... Read More