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Parenting tips: 5 ways to manage breastfeeding for nursing mothers

Breastfeeding, also called nursing is feeding babies and young children with breast milk from a woman. Medical professionals recommend that breastfeeding should begin within the first hour of the baby’s life. Parenting tips: 5 ways to manage breastfeeding for nursing mothers  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: Deciding to have a family is a big step that a woman, or a ... Read More »

THE BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO BOOK BLOGGING

If you love a book, chances are you’ve thought about reviewing it. And if you tend to review a lot on platforms like Goodreads, you may want to consider starting your own book blog. It can be tough work, and I certainly don’t have all the answers – I started my own blog, The Literary Invertebrate, less than a year ago. ... Read More »

7 TIPS TO GROW YOUR BLOG WITH EMAIL MARKETING

If you know how to use it effectively, email marketing can prove to be a powerful tool to grow, improve, or promote your blog. According to recently conducted research, 205 billion emails are sent every day and this number is expected to reach 246 billion by the end of 2019. Email marketing spending in the United States is projected to grow from $2.07 billion USD ... Read More »

Summer health tips: How to make the boring water interesting to stay hydrated this summer

Hydration is extremely important, especially during the summer to keep the body cool and to make up for the fluid loss due to sweat, which is excessive in the summers. Summer health tips: How to make the boring water interesting to stay hydrated this summer  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images New Delhi: The summer season is already hitting its peak this April ... Read More »

Google Earth Timelapse Comes to Mobile With Improvements

The year was 2013 when Google released a timelapse visualisation of the Earth for the very first time. The update to it came in the year of 2016, bringing a better visualisation built on an interactive experience allowing people to explore changes to the Earth’s surface. Fast forward to the present day, and Google has brought a new update by ... Read More »

Feds: Dormont man remanded to prison for blogging hate speech

A Dormont man, who has over the past 15 years been acquitted of murder, praised a convicted cop-killer, left anti-Semitic fliers on cars and twice violated the terms of his federal parole, could again have that parole revoked as he is accused of blogging calls for violence against the Jewish community. Hardy Carroll Lloyd, 41, was remanded to prison pending ... Read More »

9 Small but Impactful Health Habits to Lock Down in Your 20s

Your 20s can spark a rocky journey into self-sufficiency that makes it very easy (tempting, even) to put your health on the backburner. For many of us, it can feel like a hamster wheel of working and socializing and doing Big Things—while things like sleep, nourishment, and exercise fall by the wayside. (Take it from this seasoned 28-year-old.) It also doesn’t help that ... Read More »

We Need to Humanize Education More Than We Need to Personalize Learning

Over the last ten years, my privilege has allowed me to participate in a number of educational arenas. I’ve co-founded both a charter school and an education technology company, and I provide consulting and coaching support to schools and leaders related to personalized learning. In any given week, I’m actively engaged in trying to deepen my own knowledge, support the ... Read More »

EU to opt against health warning for suspected carcinogen

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is found in a vast array of paints, plastics, pills and toothpastes. Photograph: Alamy A suspected carcinogen found in spray paints, sun creams and varnishes will not receive a cautionary health label, under European Union proposals seen by the Guardian. In what campaigners say is an unprecedented and potentially illegal step, the European commission has dropped a recommendation from ... Read More »

Apple Wants to Conquer Gaming With Arcade, And it Already Has a Big Advantage Over Google Stadia

Apple has long been exhorted to give mobile gaming its due importance. It has, in many ways done that over time—the chips that power the iPhone and the iPads are more powerful than anything else you will find in the mobile ecosystem, the Apple TV streamer as a gaming platform and the curations on the App Store by the editors, ... Read More »