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September 10, 2022

Those Teens and Their Phones & How To Organize Everything You Read/See/Think!
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Those Teens and Their Phones
What are teenagers actually doing on their smartphones? One researcher says contrary to what many adults think, teens are not simply addicted to their screens--they're actually navigating a networked world. Emily Weinstein, PhD, Principal Investigator at Project Zero in the Harvard Graduate School of Education, author of “Behind Their Screens: What Teens Are Facing (And Adults Are Missing),” discusses about the social stresses that have been drastically amplified in social media, then are further exacerbated because parents often don’t understand.
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How To Organize Everything You Read/See/Think!
Many people struggle to retain even a fraction of the knowledge we consume throughout our day, and wind up frustrated when we can’t recall the information we need when we need it. Mr. Forte explained a simple method using existing smartphone technology to not only consume information, but to manage and streamline it. Tiago Forte, productivity consultant, and author of “Building A Second Brain: A Proven Method to Organize Your Digital Life and Unlock Your Creative Potential,” explains a simple method using existing smartphone technology to not only consume information, but to manage and streamline it.
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Pets and Home Allergens
More than 50% of American households have a dog, cat, or both. Home hygiene specialist Erin Matthews outlined ways to control indoor allergens and pollutants from pets and other common sources.
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