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Watch Out For Shimmers

We've heard about skimming, but now you've got to also watch out for shimming. Shimming is a new way for scammers to steal your information. They insert a really-thin device, which has flash storage, right into the machine that reads the chip on your credit card. Here’s a clue that a shimmer might be in…

Melanoma Monday

We love to enjoy our Florida sunshine, but if we're not careful we'll pay the price. You've got to wear your sunscreen. The American Academy of Dermatology estimates that one American dies every hour from melanoma. Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer. Today is "Melanoma Monday." It's a great day to remind yourself…

The Eyes Tell All

What do your eye movements say about you? Now Artificial Intelligence can predict your personality based upon your eye movements. Curious people have the tendency to look around a lot more. Open minded people stare for longer periods of time at abstract images. Conscientious people have greater change in the size of their pupils. Neurotic…

Workers Are Slacking

Do you slack off at work? If you do, you're not alone. A new survey shows the typical worker goofs off 26% of the time. What constitutes goofing off? Taking restroom breaks, gossiping and social media, to name a few. And these workers claim that having better boss or more challenging work would make them…

Facebook Plays Cupid

Facebook wants you to fall in love again...with them...and maybe another person on Facebook. They're offering up a new "dating service" for single people on Facebook. Would you want the folks at Facebook finding the perfect match for you? Apparently, other dating services were affected by Facebook's announcement. Match.com and their parent company's stock went…

Coffee Goggles

You know what beer goggles are. Ever heard of coffee goggles? This is what happens when you drink coffee, and then you feel more focued, peppy and into conversation. This makes you have a greater appreciation for your company. This may explain why we get along with our co-workers. Isnt' that kind of strange that…

More Money, More Problems

When you earn more, it creates more stress. Makes sense! Did you know that according to a new LinkedIn Learning study, almost seven out of 10 people making more than $200,000 a year have complained about feeling stressed at work (and the high-earners weren't all that satisfied with their jobs either). When you drop below…