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Ever notice your dog approach you when you cry? Or see how Fido might walk up to a stranger in tears? A new study suggests that dogs not only notice when someone is upset and needs help, they also might move more quickly to assist. The research, published in the


If your kid’s online, there have probably been times when you’ve wanted to track everything they’ve texted, see their entire social media history, or just shut off the internet entirely. Those are the times you wish for the perfect parental controls — something that will grant you all the access and authority you want without making a bad situation worse. The truth is, while clicking a few buttons on a hardware device or downloading a monitoring service seem like no-brainers, the most effective parental control is free and knows your kid very well. That’s right: It’s you. Digital tools and settings can help you stay on top of your kid’s online life, but can’t replace staying involved, having conversations, and helping them make responsible choices. Need more convincing? Here are the key reasons why you are the best parental control around:

Anyone who has ever parented a toddler knows that it’s often a herculean task. The so-called “terrible twos” are so well-known that even non-parents feel a wave of sympathy when they hear someone say they have a 2-year-old at home. Kids this age are going through a lot, and sometimes

It’s no secret that people love dogs. There’s a reason we call them “man’s best friend.” And if you’ve ever sensed that some humans love their furry friends more than their fellow humans, you are not mistaken. A 2017 study published in the journal “Society & Animals” found that people are