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The Bizzare Electromagnetic After Effects of Near-Death Experiences

The Bizzare Electromagnetic After Effects of Near-Death Experiences

The conversation about near-death experiences (NDE’s) is typically centered around questions about the afterlife and what happens to consciousness should you follow the iconic tunnel of light. 1,262 more words

Cell Phone Safety

Cell Phone Safety For Kids

As technology advances and innovations like cellphones become a necessity to everyday life, many parents are asking themselves if their children are ready for their first mobile devices much earlier than they had expected. 156 more words

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Loving Life. Merry Christmas to All...

All of us here at CellRap.com are enjoying life right now. It’s Christmas Eve and we are with family and connecting with family and contacting friends. 246 more words

Who are your kids talking to? How to keep tabs on your child's cell phone without looking

They are practically attached to your teen 24/7.

But the activity on their smartphones could be exposing them to dangerous situations- including unlocking all kinds of doors for predators. 116 more words


Is Your Cell Phone Making You Sick? Smart Tips for Healthy Gabbing

I’m just as confused as you gals when it comes to cell phone safety. First we hear that cell phones are linked to cancer and brain tumors, then we hear that it’s all a bunch of baloney, and then we’re told that cell phone radiation may actually be causing health problems. 396 more words

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4 Tips for Mobile Phone Safety

With all the recent talk of stolen celebrity photos from cell phones, it’s rather apparent that the convenience of mobile devices also comes with risk. As you check-in, text, share photos, and increasingly run your life on the go, you may inadvertently expose private information or make yourself more likely to be a victim of a crime. 404 more words

Smartphones, iPhones and Teenagers: Is Your Teen Ready for One?

Summer is approaching and many tweens and teens will be spending more time on their cell phones – and if they have the luxury of a smartphone or iPhone, are they ready for the responsibility of one? 695 more words

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