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Online Dating Software– Things You Should Know

Online Dating Software– Things You Should Know

Cost dating or online dating is an experience that is winding up being amongst the considerable revenue-generating internet service. The principle comes from the impressive top quality of supplying additionally in fact traditional in addition to drawing in technique to … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

25 Things You’ll Only Know If You’ve Tried Online Dating

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25 Things You’ll Only Know If You’ve Tried Online Dating

Finding love through a dating app is a millennial pursuit – a world away from what older generations had to contend with. Tinder, Bumble, Happn, Plenty of Fish – online dating can be awkward, but, dare we believe it, there …

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21 Unexpected Things Kids Are Thankful For That Will Make You Laugh

It’s always wonderful to hear what your kids are thankful for around the holidays ― especially if it’s something hilariously random, like a new dishwasher, ceiling fans, or a brother who isn’t a monster.

We asked the HuffPost Parents community to share the funniest things their kids have said they’re thankful for, and they did not disappoint. Here’s to many more epic answers around the Thanksgiving table this year.

1.Ceiling fans.” Erin Herman Ecker

2. Hot Wheels

3. ”’Corn. Because you can see it in your poop.’ ― said by my 3-year-old son as his prayer at Thanksgiving dinner.

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The Internet of Things gives hackers an attack path

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The Internet of Things gives hackers an attack path

Web-connected gizmos played a major role in Friday’s attack that took down retailer, social media and other websites.
(Bloomberg)—Are you looking forward to the day when your sleeping baby’s diaper tells you it’s wet before the wetness wakes your baby?

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Getting Over It: Finding Motivation After Things Didn’t Work Out The Way You Planned

“Any action is often better than no action, especially if you have been stuck in an unhappy situation for a long time. If it is a mistake, at least you learn something, in which case it’s no longer a mistake. If you remain stuck, you learn nothing.” – Eckhart Tolle Clearly, you had imagined something different for yourself. Despite having only two potential outcomes, that you’d stay together or that you would go your separate ways, you were optimistic. Read More….

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9 Things That Got More Attention Than Mental Health During The Debates

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump sparred on the debate stage three times.

A topic that was glaringly missing in the mix? Mental health.

Despite the fact that mental health issues are growing and suicide rates are at a 15-year high, the matter was barely mentioned during the discourse ― but there were a few unimportant issues that were highlighted extensively.

Below are just a few topics that got more focus than psychological conditions:

1. Rosie O’Donnell

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3 Things That Make You More Likely to Be a Fraud Victim

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3 Things That Make You More Likely to Be a Fraud Victim

Using social networks and sharing personal information online can dramatically increase your risk for fraud, a new study has found.
It makes sense that consumers who disclose the most about themselves online are at greater risk of becoming fraud victims.

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8 New Uses For Old Things Around The House, According To Toddlers

We don’t know anyone cleverer, kookier, or more creative when it comes to thinking than toddlers. Toddlers are part scientists and part artists. These little geniuses walk around our homes finding new uses for ordinary objects all the time. For example, you see a shirt sleeve … but they see a napkin and a tissue that’s always within reach. What other household objects are hiding transformative properties, according to kids? We partnered with Clorox to find out. Take a look!

1. Shoe = Phone

It’s important to point out that this must be an adult shoe.

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5 Things Your Pediatrician Wants You to Know about Hand, Foot & Mouth

Written by Deena Blanchard MD, MPH.

“It’s going around”, is a common phrase I hear from parents. Right now, the normal seasonal increase in coxsackie virus (hand, foot, and mouth disease) is in full swing and we are seeing tons of kids with typical symptoms in the office. Even the mention of hand, foot mouth disease can send typically calm parents into full panic. I’m hoping after reading this article, that parents will realize that while this illness can certainly make your little one feel very uncomfortable, it is rarely life threatening or dangerous. Typically, with some time, love and good pain control, your little one will seem back to himself in a few days.

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5 Things I Didn’t Expect To Feel As A Mom

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By the age of 27, I was relatively sure I had a firm grasp on my sense of self. I was confident of my strengths, aware of my weaknesses and straddled both in my own personal comfort zone. Then I gave birth to my first child, followed by our five younger children. I’d read What To Expect When You’re Expecting, so I was all set, right? But becoming a mother altered not only the way that I perceived the world, but also the way that I perceived myself.

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