Track Your Health With Google Calender

There are a myriad of apps out there to track your health and issues for such things as illness , period or your mental health ups and downs. But why not use Google Calender or the Apple Calender app to keep track of what’s going on with your body by creating a ” health” calender Then create an all-day event for anything you want to note: “Allergies are bad today” , “sore throat” , “diarrhoea” or “period started”. You could also put code words in there if you are concerned about someone seeing the calender. You can add notes in the “description” field, and you can get a big-picture look at what happened with the Schedule view that just gives a list of dates and events. You can also search calendar events, giving an easy way to answer when your doctor asks “How long ago did this start?” A great… Read More

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Cyberflashing – Don’t Get Caught

Online safety experts have warned about a rise in new digital phenomenon known as “cyber flashing”, where explicit and abusive images are anonymously sent to strangers though iPhones. Cyber flashing has become prevalent in schools and in public places, with the iPhone’s AirDrop feature being exploited to share unsolicited pornographic and offensive images, among both children and adults. The AirDrop technology is used to allow one person to blast content on to the phones of anyone in a particular radius — usually 20 to 30 metres – via bluetooth and is a great idea for sharing photos and files between friends , macs , iPads & iPhones. How to use AirDrop Now what to do about Cyberflashing 1st talk to your kids about this and really anyone with an iPhone make sure your airdrop settings are set to Contacts Only or Receiving Off not everyone

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