Author: Late Night Parents (page 1 of 8)

Apple’s iCloud wasn’t hacked (but you might want to change your password)

A hacker group claiming to have access to hundreds of millions of iCloud accounts threatened to remotely wipe iPhones associated to these accounts unless Apple pays a ransom amounting to up to $100,000 in cryptocurrency or iTunes gift cards. Just as... Read More

Verizon creates a car that skips traffic jams.

 It rises, straddles the cars in front and just carries on. Sadly, it’s just for an ad. Why didn’t Elon Musk think of this instead of digging holes under the ground to avoid traffic?  Here’s a car that simply lifts itself up, widens... Read More

Cybersecurity Tips for Your Employees

Cyberthreats to your business are usually blamed on outsiders—nefarious programmers writing malicious code designed to pilfer your corporate intelligence, siphon your confidential customer information and/or raid your financial data. Sometimes, the... Read More

3 Tips For Cord Cutters Managing Their Data Plans

Data caps have often been called an attack on cord cutters; however, don’t let them scare you away from becoming a cord cutter. You can be a cord cutter even if your Internet service provider (ISP) has a data cap. When my family became cord cutters... Read More

The hidden costs of video conferencing

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The #1 Reason Your Student is Struggling in Math

We talk to parents all the time who are at a loss. Their student seems to be doing everything they can to succeed in their math classes, but they’re still barely making it.  Every day is a struggle. Both you and the student may feel discouraged,... Read More

Brighter Spots for Asthma

Of the 100 cities ranked, these 10 are the best.  For the most part, they have less poverty, better school asthma programs, and better access to health care. But they also have cleaner air and good smoking bans. The result: fewer ER visits and deaths,... Read More

Portion Control Tips

If you don’t want to measure and weigh every last morsel of food, here are a few tricks to keep portions in check: Only eat what can fit in your two hands cupped together at one sitting Use smaller plates, bowls, and glasses, which will... Read More

When to Use Allergy Emergency Pens

Although these pens can be pricey, it’s important to carry them with you if your doctor recommends it. They just might save your life. What is an epinephrine auto-injector? Epinephrine auto-injectors such as the EpiPen® can delay a potentially fatal... Read More

March Madness Fun Facts

With March Madness just over a week away, the personal-finance website WalletHub released its NCAA Tournament Fun Facts infographic to help get hoops lovers psyched for this magical time of year. You can find some highlights from both the report and... Read More

What’s Causing Your Rash?

It could be caused by an allergy, or because the protective layer of your skin got damaged. Allergic Reaction Triggers If it’s an allergy, your immune system is involved. After you touch something, it mistakenly thinks your body is under attack.... Read More

What is An Allergy?

What’s an allergic reaction? Allergic reactions happen when your immune system overreacts to something that comes into contact with your body. The immune system, your body’s defense against infection, mistakenly treats substances called allergens... Read More

Answers to Your Food Allergy Questions

Every 3 minutes, someone is sent to the emergency room because of a food allergy. Learning how to recognize symptoms of a food allergy can help protect and even save a person’s life, especially during a severe reaction. What is a Food Allergy? A... Read More

How to Protect Children’s Online Privacy

Data collection by smart toys makes the problem more pressing than ever The digital lives of many children are born shortly after they are, when their parents start posting baby pictures on social media. Over the years a child’s digital trail... Read More

Make An Impression! Three Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Branding

We live in an incredibly visual culture. Everything around us it almost entirely based on the looks and aesthetics of things. There’s nothing particularly wrong with that; it’s only natural that human beings would rely on the way things... Read More

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