You may think your family is immune from being victimized by fraudsters; however, that may not always be the case. Scammers target citizens from all different backgrounds, ages, and income levels and are constantly changing the methods they are using to scam citizens. Your friends, neighbors, parents, siblings, and even children could be targeted as they start to get identification cards and bank accounts.
Sharing any good habit with your child requires open communication, patience, and clear instruction. When it comes to your child’s medication, the process is no different. While it’s easier to monitor when a child takes their medication at home, many kids with chronic conditions require access to their medications at all times, including during school hours. Medications such as an Epi-Pen, insulin, or puffers are common for students to have in schools across the country. Here are a few simple practices that should be followed to keep your child safe around their medication.
The holidays are over, and it’s time for all of us to settle back into our normal routines. It’s also the time of year to start thinking about our New Year’s resolutions. Whether you’re looking to kick old habits or create new ones, it’s important to consider some easy routines you can create to help protect yourself and your family from becoming a victim of crime.
It’s getting closer to the most wonderful time of the year! And as holiday excitement grows, the stress of holiday shopping season is also mounting. With Cyber Monday, Black Friday, and Boxing Day sales coming up, there are great deals to be had. Now more than ever, people are doing their shopping online for its convenience. Online shopping can be very safe, but it’s important that you know how to recognize a scam and keep your personal information secure so that you don’t become a victim of cybercrime.
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