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Three in four Facebook users say they’ll take action over the latest hack

News of a hack affecting 50 million Facebook users made waves Friday among the social network’s more than 2 billion monthly active users. A vulnerability in the site’s “View As” feature, which lets users see what their profile... Read More

Is Granite Going Out of Style?

Is it true? Could granite’s 30-year reign be coming to an end? We can’t say for sure. In fact, we think granite remains a solid choice. After all, it’s both durable and attractive — and it’s become increasingly affordable too. But there’s... Read More

The Rollercoaster Ride of Welcoming a New Baby into Your Life

When you think about welcoming a little one into your home soon your heart flutters with excitement. You can’t wait to start building your life together and creating the perfect family you have always dreamed of. Whether you’re recently pregnant,... Read More

Is There A Path To End The Autism Epidemic?

New published science and the screening of at-risk children before they receive any vaccines may provide a middle ground between the “all or nothing” positions of the two warring sides of the vaccine-autism debate, according to one of the leading... Read More

Have You Ever Wanted One Thing More Than Anything Else In The World?

In His Illustrated Children’s Book, BENJI AND THE GIANT KITE, Bestselling Author Alan C. Fox Focuses On Perseverence, Dreams, and Letting Go Have you ever wanted one thing – just one thing – more than anything else in the world? A toy? A new... Read More

How Heavy Is Your Child’s Backpack?

When kids carry more than 10% of their body weight, discomfort can occur Schools are in session across the U.S. and millions of backpack-carrying students are settling into new routines – some of which include bringing the same items home each... Read More

She needs to control her child!

It’s been years since I heard those words while chasing after my child in the supermarket. But they’re still painful. I remember bringing my son with ADHD to the store when he was very young. Each time, I told him to stay with me and the... Read More

3 Ways To Get “Me Time” Every Day

The idea that parents require “me time” is nothing new; the concept has been discussed, praised, and talked about countless times, and the general consensus is that all parents can benefit from spending time alone. There is, however, a fly in the... Read More

15 Things You Should Give Up to Be a Happy Parent

By Carol Tuttle,  author of The Child Whisperer You want to be a happy parent—but your countless responsibilities make this goal challenging! Don’t lose hope just yet. I have a list of 15 things that keep you from happy parenting. Read through... Read More

3 Things High School Kids Aren’t Doing to Get Into College

The Extracurricular is Crucial Schools like the University of Chicago are beginning to do away with test score requirements because so much research has pointed out that this is not indicative of the whole student. If a high schooler wants to truly set... Read More

Monkey See Monkey Do

We all want our kids to grow and develop into the best version of themselves, and whilst we try our best to encourage them to do whatever they want to do with their lives, deep down, we all have an idea of what we feel is best for them. The truth is,... Read More

What Every Family Needs to do Before They Move in to a Home with a Pool

By Eric Lupton, President Life Saver Pool Fence Nearly 300-children under the age of five drown in pools and spas every year. The number one way to prevent drownings is through proactive parent supervision, but most drownings occur when a child was... Read More

Five Hiking Tips

I’m a long-distance hiker and outdoor travel blogger. I first got into backpacking during college on the Appalachian Trail. Upon graduation, I set out to hike the Appalachian Trail in its entirety from Georgia to Maine. Six months and 2,000 miles... Read More

What Are The Long-Form Video Options For Brands

Despite the shutdown of Go90, Verizon’s attempt to create mobile-first programming for young audiences, brands and marketers have more options for long-form online video than ever. The three-year-old Go90 never quite figured out how to grab a big... Read More

Keeping Tabs on Tech this School Year

Now that summer is winding down, it’s a great time to check in with your kids and ensure they’re interacting with their peers and participating in activities that don’t always revolve around technology. A recent ASHA... Read More

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