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Parents can protect their children from cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is dangerous and we must stop it before it affects our children physically or mentall. It can have lasting effects on the victims, their families, friends, and the bullies themselves. But it happens. It happens because parents are not doing enough to protect their kids. Unfortunately, children don't always tell their parents about what is happening with cyberbullying. Still, if parents know what to look for, they can watch for warning signs and identify when something is going wrong before it becomes a bigger problem. What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is simple , it is harassment that occurs through networks. It can happen through social media, text messages, instant messaging, email, etc. Essentially, any time one person or group of people is verbally or emotionally abusing another person or group of people by sending hurtful messages through the internet. Why would a child bully another child online? Most common reasons why children bully: - They like to manipul

Keep Safe and Sane on Your Next Flight: Expert Tips For Travellers

Getting through a flight can be stressful. Travelers have to worry about being delayed, going through long lines, and being cramped in a small space with many strangers. It is best to travel prepared for what may happen. It's important to know your rights as a traveler, how you can minimize risk during your time in the air, and how you can stay sane during those four hours on the plane. Here are some tips to your next flight. Planning Ahead Plan your trips better , always with time in advance. Know your rights as a traveler. Read the airline's rules and any baggage restrictions they may have. Better check-in online, so you will avoid the line at the airport. You'll also want to make sure you pack all of your necessary travel-sized items if possible—you don't want to forget anything important like your toothbrush or contact solution. Being Patient It's important to be patient when traveling, but it can also be difficult for some people. For example, there are typica

A Guide to Keeping Kids Safe: How to Protect Your Children Against Common Threats

Do you want to make sure your children are safe? Here are some tips on how to avoid common accidents and how to keep your children safe from threats. In 2013, more than 50% of injury-related deaths in children ages 1-14 were caused by accidental injuries. These include falls, motor vehicle accidents, suffocation, poisoning, drowning, fires, and burns. Injuries can also cause long-term disability or death. How to keep children safe from the noise Noise pollution is a significant danger to children's health. Loud noise can damage hearing, cause anxiety and insomnia, and lead to cardiovascular disease. Children should not be exposed to noise louder than 85 dB, which is about as loud as a vacuum cleaner or dishwasher running in the next room. Injuries Injuries are a common threat to children. When accidents happen, they can be severe and sometimes fatal. To prevent injuries in children's lives , do not let them play near stairs or other hard surfaces without supervision; store ho