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With all the relative-wrangling, wallet-wringing, and last-toy-on- the-shelf wrestling, HO HO HO Christmas is coming.
Christmas is a busy time for most people, but it's especially hectic for mums! Not only are there the presents to buy, food to sort out and children to amuse, but there are always plenty of people to try and see too. Every year it amazes me that virtually every acquaintance I have, phones or sends me an e-mail asking to "meet up for a drink for Christmas." Before I know it, I have most of December and half of November booked out trying to see people!
There are plenty of threats around at Christmas time and 2013 will be no different. Criminals will seek to exploit any device they can, from smartphones to laptops. But you can save yourself some stress this holiday season by taking on board some of these tips from Kaspersky Lab security experts.
Experts warn parents to be on high alert as winter vomiting bug season approaches to avoid the spread of harmful germs in the home. New research reveals a third of parents admit not educating their children how to wash hands properly.
One in ten women claim they love their PET more than their partner, a study has revealed. Nearly a third said their levels of love for their pet were exactly the same as those they harboured for their husband or boyfriend.
If you’re looking for love, you shouldn’t have to travel too far – because the perfect partner lives just 41 miles away, a survey has revealed. Researchers polled 2000 devoted adults in a relationship to pinpoint the distance between them and their other half when they first met.
Women have a higher pain threshold than men – and are less likely to moan about coughs and colds this winter, research has revealed. A study of 2,000 adults found women generally suffer in silence when struck down by bugs and or viruses.