Looking To Create A Hydraulic Society
As World Oceans Day Is Observed June 8
Anyone who follows the news knows that the dangers to the ocean are many.
Spills and leaks, dying reefs, depleted fisheries.
And that means the dangers to humanity are many,... Read More
The numbers are staggering and widely unknown by most parents: one in three 14-year-olds has experienced physical, sexual or psychological abuse within a dating relationship, rising to 44 percent by the time American young people graduate from... Read More
International Matchmaking Expert Sherri Murphy uses her experience to discuss how to steer clear from these predators and some tips on how to spot the red flags online.
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Steve Pack of @KoalaSafe talks about #screentime.
#DigitalParenting is hard. @KoalaSafe makes it easy. Time-limits, parental insights, app & site blocking – across all devices in the home.
Steve Pack is the inventor of @KoalaSafe is a... Read More
There have been a couple recent studies that show how playing an instrument benefits the brain, and prepares students for the future by enhancing their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
The National Association for Music Education (NAME)... Read More
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano, in partnership with New York State Senator Michael Venditto, is helping to protect children by providing free “KidPix” photo identification cards to parents and children. Along with a picture, fingerprint... Read More
Mother of 11-Year-Old Autistic Son Shares Moving Testimony
After years of fighting fires that were caused by unattended ranges, firefighter Peter Thorpe created a solution to stop stove fires from happening and it is saving lives—including the lives... Read More
Is there anything new to be said about love, sex, and marriage? YES, there is. A new novel, based on the true story of a truly modern woman, Pouline Middleton, proposes that it is time for a new model of dating for women — One Woman Three... Read More
Batter Up With Your Gameday Leggings
The warm air is arriving so pretty soon you’ll be hearing the sound of leather popping underneath a fast ball and the crack of bats, while fans cheer their hearts out. The smell of fresh cut grass and the salty... Read More
From filmmaker Daryl Wein (Breaking Upwards), this dramatic thriller in the vein of “Erin Brockovich” explores the complex world of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). This is the first narrative feature film (not a documentary) to delve... Read More
Dr. Michele Claudette Reed is a native of Long Island, New York. Dr. Reed enjoys speaking at local schools, churches, and health fairs but especially appreciates the opportunity to interact with the youth of the community as a mentor and tutor. She... Read More
According to recent studies, 61% of people place moving homes at the top of their stress list, ahead of relationship breakdowns, divorce or even a new job. One way to ease this stress is to hire professionals to do all the heavy lifting, but that... Read More
Despite Advantages, Many Dentists Are Slow
To Embrace The Technology
The next time you sit in a dental chair for tooth restoration work, your crown or denture could be created based on a 3D digital scan of your mouth.
But most likely it won’t... Read More
Adoption Process Can Be Long, Showcase Your Love Via Letter
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there are many expecting parents who are waiting for their adoption to go through, it can seem like it is never going to happen. Having to... Read More
Acclaimed Dentist Corrects Common Bad Habits
As hard as parents try to set the right examples, teach the right lessons and reinforce the right habits to their children, we all manage to, at some point, mess up along the way.
While some things in life... Read More