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Doctors warn of heart attacks while shoveling heavy snow Jobs 

Doctors warn of heart attacks while shoveling heavy snow

(WFSB) – Winter Storm Wayne dumped almost a foot of heavy, wet snow on Connecticut and doctors are urging residents to be wary of the possibility of suffering a heart attack while shoveling. For those shoveling, clearing paths, or cleaning off cars, Monday’s snow proved to be a challenge. Channel 3 spoke with East Hartford resident Gale Parker who spent the morning babysitting but said she was lucky she didn’t have to shovel. Gale’s daughter shoveled her driveway and walkway for her. “She has a snow thrower, but it got…

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OMG The First Full ‘Game of Thrones’ Trailer Just Dropped and the Ice Dragon Appears to Be Dead Entertainment 

OMG The First Full ‘Game of Thrones’ Trailer Just Dropped and the Ice Dragon Appears to Be Dead

Wow. The Game of Thrones trailer just dropped, and unlike the Sand Snakes, I am totally broken and unwell right now! If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it right now and meet me back here: Okay, so if you watched the trailer, you know Jamie Lannister is about to fight for the living, Tormund is still alive (!!!), Cersei Lannister is still plotting, Arya Stark is hella stressed and out of breath, and Daenerys Targaryen’s last two living dragons are about to do the damn thing. All that’s great,…

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Starbucks launches its latest drink, the Cloud Macchiato News 

Starbucks launches its latest drink, the Cloud Macchiato

Starbucks is launching a new drink — the Cloud Macchiato — doubling down on beverages that keep customers coming back. Starting Tuesday, customers can buy a Cloud Macchiato, available both hot or iced, at participating Starbucks locations in the U.S. and Canada. The drink is a permanent addition to the menu. Iced espresso and macchiato drinks make up about $1 billion in business for the company, Chief Operating Officer Rosalind Brewer said at the company’s investor day in December. Starbucks has been focusing more on its cold coffees, with new drinks…

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National Free Food Days at Restaurants by Month [2019 Calendar] Featured 

National Free Food Days at Restaurants by Month [2019 Calendar]

Looking for free food and drinks all year round? Each month, dozens of restaurants, fast food chains, and ice cream shops across the U.S. offer freebies and discounts to customers on national food days. Visit a participating location during a free food day to nab treats, like a donut, Slurpee, bagel, pancake, and more! What are you waiting for? Mark your calendars, get set, and go eat! Before you hit the drive-thru, make sure you also have a great price on your car insurance. Call 1-877-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732), go online, or find a…

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7 security tips to stop apps from stealing your data Technology 

7 security tips to stop apps from stealing your data

We regularly see news about ways our personal information has been compromised after a data breach — and apps can be part of the problem. Apps have been unmasked as malware, used to commit click fraud or to sell your data to third parties in recent years. You might feel nervous every time you download a new app. How can you trust that it won’t steal your data? Unfortunately, there’s no way to tell at face value if an app has darker motives and no protection is foolproof in today’s world of ever-evolving technology. An…

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5 ways Google Assistant can help with homework Technology 

5 ways Google Assistant can help with homework

I don’t know how many times my teen has asked me a question about a topic I know nothing about during homework time and I’ve told her to Google it. It actually isn’t bad advice. Turns out, Google Assistant can help with a wide range of homework problems that hassle kids and parents every evening. These tips will make homework easier for everyone using Google Assistant. Set study timers Studies show that frequent breaks during tasks can lead to better concentration and higher productivity. To make pacing your child’s study time easier, you can schedule…

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Find out when iTunes movies, music, books and more go on sale Entertainment 

Find out when iTunes movies, music, books and more go on sale

You probably think that when you’re buying digital goodies from iTunes — books, music, movies and the like — the price is what the price is. It’s not like there’s some magical way to score a better deal. Actually, there is: Apple occasionally runs sales. Unfortunately, there’s no way to know when that’s happening for something you want to buy. Your only option? Check iTunes regularly and hope you don’t miss a time-limited offer. Thankfully, there’s another solution: TunesGenie is a free iOS app that lets you build a wish list of albums, audiobooks, e-books, movies and TV…

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Hackers use stolen passwords to access TurboTax tax return information News 

Hackers use stolen passwords to access TurboTax tax return information

Hackers accessed tax return information stored with TurboTax using a stolen password from a third party, an Intuit spokesman said Monday. The attack, earlier reported in Dark Reading, didn’t breach the internal systems at Intuit, which owns TurboTax. Instead, attackers took lists of passwords stolen from other services and used them to try to log in to TurboTax accounts, the spokesman said. There, valuable personal information, such as Social Security numbers, names and addresses, is stored in tax returns. Only one account was accessed, the TurboTax spokesman said. The account…

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