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1. How to Criticize Your Child
  We have an obligation to teach our children how to conduct themselves properly in the world. Part of this duty requires us to correct their mistakes in behavior. One of the ways we do this is through giving our children constructive criticism. First we need to stress that to give this criticism to our children is an option, it is an obligation. As parents we have a duty to redi .....
Author: Anthony Kane, MD
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

2. Emergency Telephone Numbers
  Emergency is a situation that poses an instant threat to human life or possessions though this description may be different in some areas. Deliberate bogus reports of an emergency are usually prosecuted as an offense. One should call for help any time there is a danger for life or public order. The emergency telephone number is a special case in the country's telephone numb .....
Author: Bob Jonathan
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

3. Life Insurance - Wise Investment to Protect Your Home or Excessive Caution?
  Life insurance is typically taken out to offer valuable financial protection for your family in the event of your death, upon which a payment is made to your financial beneficiaries, heirs or family members. The extent of this payment will depend on your insured sum and earnings. Life insurance and life assurance may be interlinked in advertisements, though bear in mind the two .....
Author: Rachel Lane
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

4. Who Abducted the Missing Child?
  What is going on with these people who feel they can walk onto your property or in front of your home and abduct your child? If those parents had installed a hidden camera in their home, the police could use the recordings from the camera and have a quick lead to find the child and return them safely. Being prepared for the unthinkable act of your child being abducted by instal .....
Author: Jean Butler
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

5. Is Big Brother Watching You? Or Are You Watching Big Brother?
  Isn’t technology a wonderful thing? I thought this as I received the text to my mobile phone telling me that my home security camera had detected movement. Someone or something was where they shouldn’t be at the rear of my house and I was 2000 miles away on vacation – yet I still knew they were there. Fortunately the text wasn’t followed up by another from one of the sensors on .....
Author: Colette York
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

6. How to Buy a Safe for Your Home
  The first step is to determine who or where you will buy your safe from. There are many places to buy a safe today, you can buy from a “big box store”, an office supply store, a furniture store, a hardware store, online, or even from a professional safe retailer or locksmith. With any other than the safe retailer or locksmith you run the very real chance of not being able to g .....
Author: Jimmie Newell
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

7. Stand Alone Keyless Access - How Does It Work?
  Security and convenience are usually delicately balanced. If something is secure it isn’t convenient and vice versa. It’s convenient to leave your keys in the ignition, but it isn’t secure. Keyless access products offer both aspects in an attractive package. MECHANICAL KEYLESS LOCKS · All pushbutton locks use a code instead of a key to unlock the door. Older mechanical pushbu .....
Author: Jimmie Newell
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

8. How to Keep Your Postal Mail Private and Secure
  Surreptious opening of most envelopes sent through the mail takes little effort and only minimal skill. Instructions are readily available on the Internet and in books suc as "CIA Flaps and Seals Manual" (Paladin Press). While your mail is in the hands of the postal service it is relatively secure from outside snooping but readily available to postal employees and the alphabet .....
Author: Max Penn
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

9. Why Everyone Over 50 Should be Training for the Senior Games
  by Phil Campbell, M.S., M.A., FACHE Senior Games participant and author of Ready, Set, GO! Synergy Fitness - 2nd Edition New biomedical research proves why everyone over age 50 should be training for the Senior Games. Research discoveries in 2002 show that we can unleash the most powerful body fat-cutting, muscle-toning, anti-aging substance known to science, naturally, with .....
Author: Phil Campbell
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

10. How To Find Affordable Senior Housing
  A few years ago Miranda M. became a widow. After a short time her grandson (her only available relative) persuaded her to move across several states to be closer to him. He located a nice retirement apartment where meals, housekeeping, and transportation are provided. By using her small Social Security income, and funds left by her loving husband, Miranda was just able to affo .....
Author: Molly Shomer
Date Posted: Aug 23, 2005

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