How to unlock a Samsung Galaxy S10 from its current carrier so you can switch it to a new one
If you've paid off your Samsung Galaxy S10, you can unlock it from its current carrier easily. Here’s how to unlock a Galaxy S10.
A New Study Shows Why Bisexual People May Have Higher Rates Of Depression
Though there are myriad studies about LGBTQ mental health outcomes, the least-studied members of this community also experience the highest rates of depression. A new, large study of bisexual mental health found that bisexual people feel more…
How Much Is Spam Hurting Your Online Fundraising? [New Study]
EveryAction just released their annual Email Deliverability Study which answers that exact question Let’s start with a few basics about email deliverability, and then we’ll break down the report Email deliverability measures how successful an email is at making it into a recipient’s inbox. What determines your email deliverability? Many factors really, that are constantly changing, but here are a few: Content Recipients themselves For their…
What Does Poverty Look Like? Poor Children More Likely To Have Psychological Damage As Adults,...
Cornell University researchers found childhood poverty caused significant psychological damage in adulthood.
Heat wave: Tips and resources for coping with extreme heat
A heat wave is descending on the New York area, with temperatures expected to surpass 90 degrees through the weekend. We've got tips and resources to deal with the sweltering and potentially life-threatening conditions.
Beat the Heat: A “How To” Guide
Don’t let high temperatures spoil summertime fun! Cool off with these recipes and activities: 1.) Frozen strawberry lemonade Sip on this refreshing
Moving Tips to Beat the Heat
Spring and Summer are the most popular times of the year to make a move, which includes some of the hottest months! But don't fret - we have some easy-to-follow tips that will help you beat the heat and breeze through your moving day!
Tips for Beating the Heat
Summer is a great time for beach getaways, barbecues in the backyard, and other outdoor activities that we long for during the cold, winter months But it’s also a time when severe heat and humidity – like we’ve seen during this summer season – make it necessary for us all to take precautions to protect ourselves and our family’s health and well-being. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have teamed up to remind all…
New study shows how helping desert soil could save our snow
It’s the start of snow season, which means that everyone who cares about water is keeping an eye on the mountains, anticipating how long we’ll ride the wave of snowmelt into next summer. The runoff season is never as predictable as anyone would like, but in the last decade or so there’s been a new wild card that makes the snowpack’s bounty seem even more capricious – spring dust storms Southwest Colorado’s snowpack is the West’s hardest-hit when spring winds carrying tiny dust…
How Abu Dhabi found a way to grow vegetables in 40-degree heat
Masdar City's stackable steel allotments allow communities to grow their own produce, despite drought and desert heat.
Escape the State Fair Heat and Learn to Quilt
DES MOINES, Iowa --At the Iowa State Fair, the August heat can be overwhelming and the corn dogs can put you in a bit of a food coma. With so much to see, do, and eat, places to take a load off can be hard to come by, but there is somewhere you can escape the heat. "If it's hot, we're air conditioned, so that's good,” said Sharon Meisenheimer, coordinator of the Iowa State Fair Sew-In.
Why are black pets less likely to be adopted?
They're steeped in superstition, they're not photogenic, and studies show they can be aloof, but shelter workers say don't judge a cat or dog by its color.
What it’s like to be homeless in LA in the heat
One woman spends her day trying to find shade and water.
Zika Makes Microcephaly 20 Times More Likely
A new CDC report begins to quantify the devastating effects the virus has on children.
What the difference between an excessive heat watch and heat advisory?
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory and excessive heat watch for Harrisburg ahead of temperatures that may reach 104 degrees between Friday and Sunday.
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Northern Michigan Fly Fishing Trips with Guide Ted Kraimer
Brooklyn DIY Venue Shea Stadium Will Shut Down Its Current Location
A mega-successful Kickstarter couldn’t save the legendary venue.
Top Gun 2 Is Being Written, Will Likely Include Tom Cruise As Its Star
Maverick could play Maverick decades in the future (i.e., the present!).
Our View: Maine should replace its current flag with the simpler original
As the state prepares for its 200th birthday, it's time to retire a hodgepodge of images that doesn't deliver a coherent message.
How Our Current Health System Is Failing Victims Of Domestic Violence
Two decades ago, Leslie Morgan Steiner was beaten, threatened at gunpoint, and thrown down a flight of stairs by the man who was then her husband. After leaving that abusive relationship, she became an advocate for domestic violence awareness. Nonetheless, when her doctors recently told her that her chronic health issues seemed unusual for someone as young as she is, she didn’t immediately make the connection…