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    HAS your child started school but you are worried they haven’t got any friends? An educational psychologist shared her top tips for navigating this tricky time… 2If your child hasn't made any friends at school, don't panic as there are a number of tips you can tryCredit: Getty - Contributor Don’t call school Speaking to Metro, Dr Clare Daly said you should never ring a school and ask them to move your child to another class if they aren’t with their best friend. She said: “Your child will have relationships with other children that can be developed and there will be reasons why children have been assigned to that class. It will be a great opportunity for your child to start conversations with others.” She said if they really are close pals, the bond will survive outside the classroom. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Don’t worry if their old best friends make new friends Dr Clare said that kids should be described as “best friends for now”, and you shouldn’t worry if friendships shift....
    Josh Mandel, a candidate for the Ohio Senate, has filmed a creepy video calling for Americans to resist the Biden administration’s recent Covid-19 mandates. Mandel made the call in a video message posted to Twitter, in which he accused President Joe Biden of “trampling on our freedom” and “trampling on our liberty.” Do NOT comply with the tyranny. When the gestapo show up at your front door, you know what to do. pic.twitter.com/hLJbcx4ace — Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) September 10, 2021 Mandel refused to call Biden the president during the video, claiming that he is creating a “constitutional crisis” through his new Covid-19 safety guidelines. During a Thursday speech, Biden announced that the Department of Labor will require employers of 100 workers or more to ensure their employees receive the Covid-19 vaccine or be tested weekly. “I was driving through this cornfield, I literally came across this sign, this Trump sign,” Mandel added, pointing to a campaign sign for Donald Trump. “He is my president. And I am hoping and praying that the Supreme Court justices that he appointed to the Supreme Court...
    MILLIONS of Americans have received their third $1,400 stimulus check.  But many Covid-hit households have had problems with receiving their relief payments — and here we explain what they should do. Read our stimulus checks live blog for the latest updates on Covid-19 relief... 1Another 2.3million stimulus checks were sent out last weekCredit: Getty The IRS does not want you to call if you encounter a problem with the delivery or amount of your stimulus check because they might be overwhelmed with calls and you might be put on hold for a long time. But there are ways on how to report problems with the $1,400 handout. This includes checks that never arrived (try filing a payment trace) or perhaps direct deposit payments that went to the wrong account and other issues. How to find out the status of your stimulus check Since the IRS isn't taking phone calls on stimulus payments, your best bet is with the IRS Get My Payment tool.  You can use this tool to find out when the check t is scheduled to be sent...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Maggie Zawalski was getting ready to go to her yoga class on Friday morning when she found an unpleasant surprise on her truck. A tree snapped from above and fell on her truck, damaging her side mirror and gas tank. (credit: CBS) “I keep calling it a branch. It’s huge,” Zawalski exclaimed. “The one thing that’s broken is my truck. You know, it sucks.” READ MORE: Protesters Gather At Colorado Capitol Building In Solidarity With Daunte Wright It was a similar story all throughout the Capitol Hill neighborhood as powerlines and broken trees blocked the streets. So, what should you do if a tree land on your car? Scott Gilmore, who is the Deputy Manager of Denver Parks and Recreation, says your first call should be to your insurance company. (credit: CBS) “That’s who’s going to take care of your car and repair your car, get your car repaired,” Gilmore said. Next, call a certified arborist to get the tree removed. READ MORE: COVID Prompts Some Colorado Businesses To Evaluate & Improve Their Indoor Air “You want...
    Officials from the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control faced a barrage of questions about enacting a halt on distribution for the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen coronavirus vaccine. Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Janet Woodcock, Dr. Peter Marks and Dr. Anne Schuchat of the CDC took questions from the media on Tuesday after both agencies called for a pause on the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vaccine. The agencies have justified their decision by saying they are studying data about a possible correlation between the vaccine’s recipients and a handful of blood clots among the 6.8 million people who’ve had the J&J shot. When the three officials took questions, they were asked “what would you say to people who are concerned and frustrated that they think this might be an overreaction considering it’s six people out of seven million?” Schuchat responded by saying “we are committed to safety and transparency and to expeditiously learn what we can so that further steps can be taken.” “When we saw this pattern and aware of that treatment needed to be individualized for...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Nearly 70 million Americans have debts that have gone into collections. Due to COVID, that number is climbing. So, what do you do if a collector calls? Don't panic, 7 On Your Side has tips.Remember that you have rights. For instance, by law, debt collectors can't call you before 9 a.m. or after 8 p.m. They can't threaten you with arrest or suspension of your driver's license.If a debt collector calls, the first move is to get out a paper and pencil and take down the name of the collector, the collection company, along with its name and phone number.If a debt collector won't give you this information, it's a potential red flag of a scam.Next, within five days of the call, debt collectors are required to send you a "validation letter" telling you the amount of the debt, the current creditor, with directions to get the name of the original creditor.After you get a letter from a debt collector, you have just 30 days to dispute it by mail. Either ask for verification of the...
    Riddle me this, Donald: What does losing to a loser make you? It makes you the biggest loser. I’m talking, of course, about Trump’s farcical notion that lame Joe Biden couldn't possibly have beaten him. While other arguments may require you to embrace conspiracy theories or bone up on detailed (if flawed) knowledge about mail-in ballots, signature matching, etc., this one has the benefit of requiring only what passes for “common sense.” To Trump supporters, the very thought that Biden could have beaten Trump is, on its face, an absurd notion. All Trump has to do is float this fallacious idea out there. And so, he has—in many different varieties and flavors.
    It’s a big weekend for Subaru owners in the United States.Expect the largest Japanese-made cars to be seen in stock or (mostly) modified wrap. Owner clubs and performance stores will definitely be on the site trying to promote their businesses, so this is a festival in the true sense, of course with all the social distance activities.The weekend will be the highlight Subaru The parade takes place on Sunday, October 4, at the OC Fair and Expo Center in Costa Mesa, California. The Japanese carmaker plans to assemble 2,000 cars and go on to set a Guinness World Record for the largest parade of identical vehicles. For the duration of the parade, drivers will have to stay inside their cars, with masks if the windows of the vehicle are down. The parking lot at the Expo Center is where cars have to go. “We wanted to give our owners a chance to do something fun at Subaru, with the brand they want.” Alan Betkey, senior vice president of marketing at Subaru in the U.S., said in a statement. “At a...
    LONG ISLAND, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The coronavirus pandemic has created a total upheaval in our daily lives, and now we face another dilemma — how to confront a social distancing rule-breaker. On Monday, CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan spoke to some of you and to the experts. Young people have been seen drinking on streets of the East Village. Others gathering on Fire Island in large crowds. A shopper in Astoria was caught on video coughing on food and a patron when asked to “mask up.” One man in Florida actually pulled a gun. CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Resources, Hotlines, Unemployment & Covering Bills Remote Learning Tools For Parents Teaching At Home Ask Dr. Max Your Health Questions How Make Your Own DIY Face Mask How To Safely Remove Disposable Gloves Tips For Parents To Help Kids Cope Chopper 2 Over Empty NYC Streets, Landmarks Complete Coronavirus Coverage What if you saw someone breaking the rules? “The way I look at it, you just mind your business,” one person said. “You can remind them. Tug on your mask,” another person said. “Otherwise...
    Most Apple users know that an iPhone belonging to someone else is totally useless in the hands of others. Therefore, the first decision when finding a lost iPhone is to find a way to return it to its owner, when you know who it is. Otherwise, and due to the security measures that make it difficult to block the mobile phone to search for information, Apple proposes another solution. When you don’t know how to locate the owner of a lost iPhone, Apple recommends turning to Siri. And it is that according to how the company has thought, the assistant is the one who knows the owner of the mobile the most and fortunately he is configured to continue working when we need it most. Not knowing who owns the iPhone is no longer an excuse According to a shared publication from cultofmac they are advised several questions to ask Siri to find out the identity of the owner of an iPhone. In this sense, it is recommended to start by asking Siri “whose iPhone is this?” Assuming that the...
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