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The snow is here – be prepared #FIOSNY #ad

Now that the snow has fallen, one of the most common storm-related 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. To fix most issues, unplug your... 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

#OpiateCrisis – Late Night Parents

Listen to “#OpiateCrisis @LateNightParent” on Spreaker. Join Ted Hicks and Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. (Dr.... Read More

National Pack Your Lunch Day with StarKist

Did you know that today is National Pack Your Lunch Day?   Whether it’s for your little ones, other half or just you, these Honey BBQ Tuna Sliders are delicious, different and have 29 grams of protein! All that fuel will keep you going all... Read More

Order Fios On Demand titles using a debit or credit card #FIOSNY #ad

  You asked; we made it happen. Beginning this month, you’ll be able to rent or purchase Fios® On Demand titles using a debit or credit card. This means you can put your movies to work—earning cash back, miles, incentives and... 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

#CloudsEqualRain – Late Night Parents

Join Ted Hicks, Dr. Michele Reed and Rich Valdez as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Segment 1 Cherie Calbom holds a Master of Science... Read More

Verizon Fios Rolls Out Prepaid Option #FIOSNY

Pay-as-you-go option extended to Fios TV, Internet and home phone services Taking aim at the “unbanked” and other consumers who don’t qualify for or need post-paid services, Verizon Fios has joined a small but growing mix of TV and broadband... 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

How Do You Report Cybercrime?

This week’s LNPTip is dedicated to providing you with the resources you need to report cybercrime. Reporting abuses is an important part of fighting cybercrime– we all have to do our part! For our customers located in the United States, you’ll... 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

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