Day: January 11, 2019

Treat Shoulder Tendonitis

Shoulder tendonitis is painful, frustrating, and interferes with basic daily activities. Fortunately, there ways to manage it. Since it’s caused by repetitive motions, try to keep your shoulder still. To relieve pain and inflammation, apply ice and take over-the-counter medication. Stretching can help improve mobility, but you should consult your

2 passengers arrested after threatening to open jet’s doors on delayed flight

International Airport Thursday afternoon, officials said. Two airline passengers were arrested Thursday for threatening to open a jet’s doors after their flight was delayed for hours at the Oakland International Airport. An Aeromexico flight from Guadalajara that was bound for San Francisco was diverted to Oakland on Thursday at about

Chelsea reject Barcelona’s €55m plus Malcom offer to sign Willian

The Blues have turned down Barça’s overnight approach Chelsea have reportedly turned down Barcelona’s bid to sign Willian this month, which included €55m plus Malcom. The Bluagrana made moves to sign the Brazilian over the summer but when the Premier League side weren’t forthcoming ended up landing Bordeaux’s Malcom instead. Chelsea

How to Improve Student Behavior in the Classroom

Oftentimes, students will misbehave when they are not engaged or not motivated. By using positive reinforcements, you can redirect students’ misbehavior. Try praising positive behavior, teaching politeness, offering rewards, and encouraging your students. Another way to improve student behavior is restructuring the way you teach. Do this by rearranging your

KB4480970 is causing Windows 7 Activation issues, here is the fix

Microsoft recently released the new January cumulative updates for Windows 7 users. Unfortunately, the update is causing some issues for the users who use SMBv2 shares. The KB4480970 update did come with a list of known issues but it looks like SMBv2 issue slipped through during the internal testing. The issue was

Samsung may have leaked official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung may have leaked official pictures of the Samsung Galaxy S10 in an article on OneUI and Android Pie. The article shows the punch-hole camera and reduced bezel size expected in the upcoming flagship handset. Realizing their error, the company quickly removed the images, but not before they were widely