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World Ocean’s Day is June 8th.

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

2016’s Best Cities for Hockey Fans

With the 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs in full gear and the San Jose Sharks reaching the Final for the first time in the team’s franchise history, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2016’s Best Cities for Hockey... Read More

2016’s Safest States to Live In

Happy National Safety Month! With three in 10 parents worrying about their children’s safety at school and one in six Americans naming terrorism as the most important U.S. problem, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on... Read More

New Gadget Stops Kids from Slouching

Kids’ spines are at risk of developing incorrectly due to the amount of time they now spend hunched over smartphones and tablets. Medical Wearable Solutions – a company that develops wearable technology to solve healthcare problems – has launched... Read More

#IsItReallyJUNE – Late Night Parents

oin Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Interested in getting into the world of life coaching — we sit... Read More

Gender Differences in Sport Injuries

Many men cultivate a tough-guy, weekend-warrior image, pushing their bodies to the limit with an active lifestyle, and then reaching for an ice pack and a couple of ibuprofen tablets by bedtime. But it turns out women are no slouch in the... Read More

Some quick steps to follow when moving! #BetterMatters!!! #FIOSNY

I’ve lived in Florida and New York.  There’s something about packing all our worldly possessions into little boxes that just seems to strike fear in the hearts of people?  While I understand that the prospect of living in a new area can... Read More

Are We Fostering The Wrong Kind Of College Envy?

When it comes time to apply to colleges, we may not be serving our children well. That’s according to a growing chorus of voices who work with youth and their academic endeavors. For example, Malcolm Gladwell, one of the most recognizable public... Read More

Three Concepts of Climate Change

A new book from scientist William Goodenough, “The Three Concepts of Climate Change: Is AGW Politics or Science?” (www.whyclimatechange.net), challenges the conventional thinking of what’s driving changes in our climate cycle. We’re used to the... Read More

Facts about Defensive Medicine

The risk of malpractice lawsuits is wreaking havoc on America’s healthcare system, giving rise to physicians practicing “defensive medicine,” according to researchers at USC, Harvard University and Stanford University. “Defensive medicine” is... Read More

Suggestions for Expanding Millennials Skillset

One thing is clear: millennials – those born after 1980 – are the world’s future, and they’ve already made significant contributions. Social media alone wouldn’t be what it is today without millennial entrepreneurs, for example. “It’s... Read More

Celebrate National Pet Month In May

Now in its 27th year, National Pet Month is a celebration of the mutual benefits shared between people and their pets. For rescue-animal advocate Cheryl Smith, who founded a non-profit that assists pets in need, the May observance is a time to... Read More

Milwaukee Bucks hit by W-2 Phishing email scam

Players and staff with the Milwaukee Bucks had their 2015 W-2 records compromised, after a staffer with the NBA franchise released the records to an email address spoofed to appear as if it came from team president Peter Feigin. In a statement last... Read More

Homeschooling Myths Explained by Ellen Thompson @LadyE7906

Homeschooling, also known as home education, is the education of children inside the home, as opposed to in the formal settings of a public or private school. Home education is usually conducted by a parent or tutor. Many families that start out... Read More

4 Steps For Raising Happy Children

If you ask young parents how to best raise children, they’ll give a variety of answers. But ask them what they ultimately want for their children, and the answer is always the same. Parents want their kids to be happy in life. “Raising children to... Read More

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