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5 Tips to Prepare Your Child to Head Back to School

Summer is flying by and pretty soon school will be back in session. Is your child ready to get back into the daily scholastic routine?  The folks at Brainly — the world’s largest peer-to-peer learning community of students, parents,... Read More

#GoodForTheSoul @latenightparent

Join Ted Hicks & Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses today’s current events, social topics & raising kids in this current time. Topics: Trump, Baltimore and Elijah Cummings. Youth Sports This weather is... Read More

Tips To Keep Kids Safe While Having Fun At The Playground

With active supervision and some basic safety tips, every day at the playground can be a walk in the park. The Hard Facts Falls are the most common type of playground injury, accounting for more than 75 percent of all playground-related... Read More

Are You Chatting With A Bot Online?

In 2019 much of the news we consume comes from online sources. But an analysis of online traffic shows that 66% of tweeted linkscome from bots and over 190 million bots exist on the three main social media platforms– Facebook,... Read More

Xbox Project Scarlett: Microsoft 5th gen console coming in 2020

Microsoft has announced that it is working on a next-generation Xbox Console that is four times more powerful than the Xbox One X, currently titled Project Scarlett. It will come with enough processing and graphic power to handle 8K and will also... Read More

What will happen to my music and movies?

Apple announced on Monday that it would phase out iTunes on its upcoming operating system in favor of three new apps: Music, TV and Podcasts.Though iTunes as we know it will be no more, you don’t have to worry about losing those iTunes... Read More

Pee in the Pool Toxic or Just Gross?

It’s no secret that pee finds its way into swimming pools. In fact, the typical residential pool contains about two gallons of urine. What’s worse, there are other, more alarming contaminants lurking in the depths, and pee in the pool could... Read More

EWG Releases 2019 Guide to Sunscreens

Today EWG released its 13th Annual Guide to Sunscreens, which rates the safety and efficacy of more than 1300 SPF products, including sunscreens, daily moisturizers and lip balms with SPF values. EWG researchers found that... Read More

Google Cloud outage knocked a ton internet services offline in the US

A Google Cloud outage on Sunday plunged most of North America and some of Europe into the 1980s. Services like Gmail, Google’s G Suite, YouTube, chat service Discord, video service Vimeo, and social networking giant Snapchat faced downtime, as... Read More

What Is “Fire Debt”?

Fire debt, or a fire deficit, is caused by fire suppression which has led to the unnatural buildup of fuels. At some point that debt has to come due in the form of burning the buildup of excess fuel. The fear is larger and more dangerous fires than... Read More

5 Common Copyright Myths Debunked

The vast majority of music that you’re familiar with is subject to copyright. Artists want to protect their music and be sure that they’re getting paid whenever it gets used. And rightfully so! They put in a lot of hard work to create... Read More

University of Phoenix Survey Finds About Half of US Adults can Define the True Meaning of Memorial Day

Only 55 percent of US adults described Memorial Day as a holiday honoring the men and women who died while serving in the Armed Forces For many Americans, Memorial Day signifies the unofficial start of summer, a three-day weekend of backyard... Read More

Robinhood Crypto Trading

Invitations to trade cryptocurrencies are rolling out now The first set of Robinhood customers can buy and sell Bitcoin and Ethereum with Robinhood Crypto, starting today. All your investments, commission-free, on one platform. In the... Read More

The Best Drivers in 2019

If you’re looking to improve your golfing performance, as well as a great Father’s Day gift, bagging a new driver in 2019 could be the difference between a good year and a great one. Trying to decide between the best drivers on... Read More

Basic First Aid Steps

There are many people who absolutely hate the sight of blood. They’re the ones who surf right past the medical shows on tv, who can’t put a bandaid on a child’s finger, who run in panicked circles when someone gets hurt. This may be you and... Read More

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