Eighty percent of retired NFL players go broke in their first three years out of the league, according to Sports Illustrated.
Mario Henry was one of them. Out of football and money at age 28, Henry saw the financial woes of big-money ballplayers as... Read More
An estimated 90 million American adults snore, according to sleepfoundation.org. And over half the country – 59 percent – has a partner who snores.
Millions of people are looking for remedies, and after years of unsuccessful tries with more... Read More
Power Of One
The story “Bilal: A New Breed Of Hero” is inspired by the true events of the African slave Bilal ibn Rabah, a man whose story is similar to that of Martin Luther King Jr., who believed in the unity of mankind and equality of all... Read More
Facebook and Twitter executives have a conflict of interest with Disney. Sheryl Sandberg & Jack Dorsey won’t seek re-election to Disney’s board over conflicts of interests.
The social media giants have branched into... Read More
Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER follows T’Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when... Read More
Two vulnerabilities in modern computers were recently found, Meltdown and Spectre. They allow hackers “to steal the entire memory contents of computers, including mobile devices, personal computers and servers running in cloud computer... Read More
As part of a dangerous new online challenge, teens are putting laundry pods in their mouth.
It all started as jokes. The lure of Tide Pods, which look almost like candy, broke into satirical conversations as early as 2015 when The... Read More
An advocacy group launched a service Thursday that provides live streams of local television channels free in New York City. Locast.org, operated by the Ronkonkoma, L.I.–based Sports Fans Coalition NY, will let anyone in the New York market stream... Read More
If your company is going to be a leader in email marketing, you need to be as good with saying goodbye as you are with saying hello.
There’s nothing more frustrating for an email recipient than providing a confusing unsubscribe process when they... Read More
Amazon’s Alexa speakers are full of helpful features. You can get the news, turn on the lights and play your audiobooks just by asking, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. But, frankly, a new Alexa speaker can feel a little... Read More
Yes, it’s the blue dot on the person’s fingernail. Called UV Sense, the device is the first battery-free electronic UV sensor in the world, and it’s small enough to wear on one of your nails. Using NFC, the device can connect to your phone and... Read More
Cryptocurrencies have been around for some time now and, as such, it has become increasingly difficult for traditional institutions such as banks and brokerage firms, along with individual traders, to dismiss them as a passing fad. Bitcoin (BTC),... Read More
Stress doesn’t take holidays off. In fact, the opposite is often true: Stress saps the joy out of the season for many people.
Stress is manifest in many forms of poor health or bad lifestyle habits during the holidays, when people typically put a... Read More
Between computers, tablets and smartphones, we’re looking at screens more than ever before. This exposes us to a lot of blue light that can cause digital eye strain, resulting in reduced vision/blurriness, eye fatigue, drowsiness and headaches.
None... Read More
With winter storms one of the most common issues is a power outage, which can affect your Fios® services. If that happens, here are some quick tips to get you back up and running once your power is restored.
1. To fix most issues, unplug your Verizon... Read More