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8 tricky questions that your kids ask and how to answer them

“You know my parents call you ‘this’ in your absence.” “Atharv in my class doesn’t pee like me. He has something different down there.” “Why do you and daddy fight? You don’t love each other?” These are some of the common questions you hear when you are mothering a young and curious child. Awkwardly, these questions can spring up sometimes ... Read More »

Facebook kicks off Mother’s Day weekend with flower reactions, cards, stickers, masks and more

You may have noticed the purple flower reaction has returned to Facebook, allowing you to respond to posts with a “thankful” sentiment instead of a Like. As it turns out, the addition is only one of several features Facebook has planned for this Mother’s Day weekend here in the U.S., and throughout the month where the day is celebrated elsewhere in ... Read More »

All About Data Loss And Easeus Data Recovery

What is data? Data is the collection of certain information. The information can be anything whether it may be related to an organization or a business information or individual information. In general, data is the collection of day-to-day or timely activities of a person or an organization. What is data loss? Data is stored in computers or laptops or in ... Read More »

Cord cutting and a soft advertising market take a toll on media stocks

“The Big Bang Theory” on CBS remains one of the most popular TV shows. (Michael Yarish / Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.) Aslowdown in advertising spending and a rise in cord-cutting by pay-TV customers are giving Wall Street fresh jitters about the health of the television industry. During the first quarter of the year, an estimated 762,000 pay-TV customers unplugged their ... Read More »

Mums’ diet and lifestyle can affect child obesity

Lead author Karen Lillycrop said the study results could help develop strategies to prevent obesity as a child grows up. Stock picture A child’s risk of obesity as they grow up can be influenced by modifications to their DNA while in the womb caused by their mother’s “health, diet and lifestyle”, according to new research. Scientists at the University of ... Read More »

Three Mobile network DOWN Customers calls and texts not working across the UK

Three Mobile customers are experiencing an afternoon of misery as the popular network appears to be down. Users across the UK are complaining that they can’t make calls or send texts via the service. It seems Three hit troubles at around 12pm today with the issues continuing to affect customers. Service monitoring website, Down Detector, is showing thousands of reports ... Read More »

Here’s where to work and play on Earth Day

Residents can celebrate Earth Day this year with food, festivities and environmentally friendly activities. The first Earth Day was proclaimed on April 22, 1970, and it has since become a global holiday when millions of people focus on the environment and enact positive changes concerning pollution, waste and energy consumption. Some of the events taking place locally include: Earth Day Pensacola Earth Day Pensacola ... Read More »

United and Pepsi Affairs Force Brands to Respect Social Media

When Jason Marker, the new chief executive of the company that owns Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, met with several of his marketing executives this week, one of his first requests was for screens to be installed in the company’s headquarters to display real-time social media conversations about its brands. It is the sort of setup that already exists at the ... Read More »

He Buys a Lot of Ads, and He’s Frustrated With Digital

LOS ANGELES — Marc S. Pritchard, the chief brand officer of Procter & Gamble, has become the face of marketers’ frustrations with digital advertising this year. His message to the industry: Grow up. With the clout that comes with overseeing marketing for one of the world’s largest advertisers — one that includes household brands like Gillette, Tide and Crest — ... Read More »

Canada Today: Miracle Babies, Trudeau Fashion and La Meute

Each week, Canada Today mixes The Times’s recent Canada-related coverage with back stories and analysis from our reporters, along with opinions from our readers. During the depths of the Great Depression, the world’s attention focused on the area in and around North Bay, Ontario. In Corbeil, a village about 10 miles from the city’s downtown, five identical daughters were born ... Read More »