Guelph University students taught social media safety

Students on the football team at the University of Guelph will take a social media safety seminar on Thursday, in an effort to show them that there can be serious implications of their online behaviour. And even though students entering university have grown up with digital communication tools and technology, University of Guelph manager of information services…

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Water safety: Don’t forget to talk with teens

When we think of drowning prevention, we often think of toddlers. Rightfully so — toddlers make up the largest group of drowning victims here in Arizona. But the second-place spot for drowning might surprise you: teens. Everyone agrees that parenting teens is tricky. New freedoms like driving, travelling, and jobs…

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Delhi wants women home before 8 p.m.

Delhi wants its women home before 8 p.m., while men can enjoy a slightly longer curfew, at least as per a new survey that has laid bare the city’s double standards. Over 85 per cent of respondents said the head of their household was comfortable with an adult female member…

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5 Instagram Dangers Every Dad With a Daughter Needs to Know

According to the most recent Pew Research Internet Project, Instagram was the fastest-growing, major social networking site on the web in 2014. The inescapable ability of anyone with a smartphone to snap pictures, coupled with an inexplicable need to publicly share those images, has made the photo-sharing app extremely popular—especially…

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Staying Cool and Safe in a Heat Wave

Extreme heat and high humidity can be dangerous to anyone, but particularly to the elderly, infants, young children, obese people and those with chronic illnesses. “During a prolonged heat wave, the biggest health problems people may experience are dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke, which can be life-threatening,” says Leonardo…

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Your Body: Summer Swimming Safety Tips

What better way to enjoy the summer heat than taking a dip in the pool? Swimming is a great activity for everyone but it can easily turn into a safety and health risk. Since every summer accidental drownings occur, never take your eyes off a child, even for a second….

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