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How to Manage Privacy Settings on Social Media Accounts

Identity theft generally occurs when an individual overshares their personal information. According to Experian, something as simple as your mother’s maiden name can serve as enough personal information to infiltrate your online identity.

 

Please follow the steps below to learn more about how to monitor and protect your privacy on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest and YouTube.

 

Facebook

1.     Log in to Facebook and click on Settings

2.     Select Privacy

a.     Privacy Settings and Tools section will open: Here you have the ability to change your profile access to control who views your posts and who cannot.

3.     You can also change various Facebook settings in the “Security and Login” section of Settings and monitor your usage.

a.     In this section, you can set up extra security by designating three to five friends to act as backups if you get locked out of your Facebook account. Additionally, you can monitor where you’re currently logged in by device type (MAC, iPhone, etc.) and location. Lastly, in this section you can change your password, confirm two-factor authentication, and choose to get alerts when there’s an unrecognized login to your account.

4.     If you visit the “Apps and Websites” section, you can monitor applications able to access your Facebook data or information.

a.     If you have any apps, websites and games connected to your Facebook, you will be able to click on the app and see what information is being shared with the app or website and who else from your Facebook page can see that information. If you are sharing information with an app, you should select “Only me” to keep this information private.

 

To learn more about how to access your Facebook data, click here.

 

Twitter

1.     Log in to Twitter and click on “Settings and privacy”

In the main “Account” settings, you’ll be able to:

·         Review your Security login verification methods (set up two-factor authentication)

·         Select if you want to require personal information (email/phone number) for a password change

·         Request your Twitter archive

2.     The “Privacy and safety settings” section on Twitter is where you will be able to publicize your tweets, or keep them private and viewable only to those you approve to follow you. If you choose private settings, click the box next to “Protect your Tweets.”

3.     To change your password, click on the “Password” section.

4.     The “Apps” section within “Account” settings allows you to see if any apps are connected to your account. You can “Connect to” or “Revoke Access” to those apps you do not want to allow access.

To learn more about safety and security on Twitter,  click here.

 

LinkedIn

1.     Log in to LinkedIn and select “Settings and Privacy.”

a.     Under Settings and Privacy, you will have access to several settings including but not limited to: Account, Privacy, Ads and Communications. The “Account” section will let you manage your login and security.

2.     When accessing your “Account” settings, you can view “Partners and services,” which showcases who you have shared access to your LinkedIn Account with and who can access your LinkedIn data. You have the option to remove contacts from this section.

3.     The “Privacy” settings section allows you to choose what others can see and how LinkedIn uses your data.

 

To learn more about to manage your account and privacy settings on LinkedIn, click here.

 

Instagram

1.     Log in to Instagram and click on the gear symbol in the top right corner.

2.     Under “Options,” you have the ability to:

a.     Adjust Account settings for “Photos of You”

b.     Adjust “Story Settings”

c.     “Edit Profile” or “Change Password”

d.     Setup Two-Factor Authentication to protect others from logging into your account, even if they get your password

e.     View “Blocked Users”

f.      Switch account to “Private Account”

g.     Under the “Settings” section, you can view “Linked Accounts” — social media accounts linked to your Instagram account, such as Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr

h.     Review Instagram’s “Privacy Policy” under “About” and search the “Help Center” for “Support” for more details

 

To learn more about how to manage your account and privacy settings on Instagram, click here.

 

Pinterest

1.     Log in to Pinterest and select the three dots that appear on the top right of the platform.

2.     Click “Edit Settings”

3.     Within the settings, you can change your password or connect “Social Networks.”

4.     In the “Security” section, you can “Enable Two-Factor Authentication,” turn on “Require code at log-in,” by clicking the toggle and view all sessions in which you are logged into Pinterest.

 

To learn more about how to manage your account and privacy settings on Pinterest, click here.

 

YouTube

1.     Log in to YouTube and click on “Settings,” where you will be able to control your profile and uploaded videos.

2.     You have the option to make videos public, private, or unlisted, which means they can be seen or shared by anyone with the appropriate link.

 

To learn more about how to change your video and playlist privacy settings, click here.

 

SOURCE: Experian

 

A big thanks to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress for sharing this Experian blog post with Foundation Group Members.

Why are kids killing kids?

Decades of Big Pharma Pushing Drugs on Children

Adderall “speed” you give your teen to treat their ADD will ruin their brain.. They might go out and shoot someone!

Short and sweet; Drug companies are and have been trying to expand their user base like any company looking for more profits and they will continue this practice as long as they are for-profit entities.  When I first read 20 years ago that they wanted to lower the age of prescribing Prozac to 2 year olds without research it made me sick!  How do you know if a 2 year old is clinically depressed?  If they are get them outside in the sunlight and start playing games of tag with them but don’t  put them on an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) and screw up their developing brains forever!  I guess the Ritalin and Adderall scripts were not flowing fast enough for them.

Kids for decades now have been told they were “hyper” and since two full time working parents could not spend enough time to deal with an “active” child drugs must be the answer.  The teacher who now has to buy pencils for a class that has too many students in it due to budget cuts says, “Mrs. Jones little Tommy is acting up and not paying attention.  He doesn’t seem to understand the materials… I think he is “Hyper” or ADD and needs to see a doctor for medicine to calm him down”.    Now 30 years later putting millions of kids on Class 2 narcotics same as cocaine and meth -(Oh the doctor didn’t tell you that when they prescribed Ritalin for little Johnny?)  and teen suicides are higher than ever and we have teens killing people because they were bullied or broke up with their girlfriend badly….  This NEVER happened before we started putting kids on drugs. Guns have been around for centuries so it’s not the access to guns.  It’s the messed up brain chemistry of developing minds from being medically prescribed psychotropic “legal” drugs for years.

Now there are other factors that go deep in our society and have to be worked out for sure but if you ruin a brain all the gun control, less screen-time and social parenting reform will not do a darn thing.  Get the kids off meds, watch what they eat and keep them active and away from the screens as much as possible.  Oh yea get their spines checked for nervous system interference and have them seen by the chiropractor regularly.

The saying in my office since I adjusted my first newborn back in 1988 has been, “It’s much easier to grow a healthy child than it is to fix a broken adult.”

baby adjusting
Adjusting newborns and all kids is safe and necessary for the best development. Without it you neglect their health.

How Does Nutrition Response Testing Work?

Nutrition Response Testing (Nutritional Muscle Reflex Testing) is a non-invasive system of analyzing the body in order to determine the underlying causes of ill health. When these are corrected through safe, natural, nutritional means, the body can repair itself in order to attain and maintain more optimum health.
Dr D doing NRT testing
Dr. Kydonieus uses, Nutrition Response Testing and lab work to help find toxicities
 
Nutrition Response Testing is very precise and scientific. However, if I were to analyze you using Nutrition Response Testing before it was explained to you, you might find it strange, or simply not believable – only because it is probably very different from anything you may have experienced before.
 
When I first saw this type of work being done, I had the same reaction: “Hmm, what is this strange stuff?”
 
No one was more skeptical than I was. As a result, I studied Nutrition Response Testing extensively to see if it was for real. And I sure am happy I did because it has greatly helped me, my family and so many of our patients attain greater health.
 
If you want to get healthy and stay healthy, it is important that you understand what Nutrition Response Testing is and what our recommendations are based on.
 
That way you will be more likely to follow through and do what is needed in order to get well.

What is Nutritional Muscle Testing Based On?

 The analysis is done by testing neurological reflexes and specific acupuncture points on the body’s surface.
 
This analysis gives us an energy assessment of how well the organs and systems of the body are functioning.
 
The neurological reflexes are derived from the part of the nervous system whose job is to regulate the functions of each and every organ. The acupuncture points are selected from the ancient Chinese system of acupuncture, which is thousands of years old.
 
Since the human anatomy has not changed significantly in thousands of years, these reflexes and acupuncture points have become extremely useful in our practice because they are so reliable!
 
Each Nutrition Response Testing reflex corresponds to a specific organ, system, or function. It helps us determine the effect that energy, or the lack of energy, is having on your overall health. Nutrition Response Testing also provides a system of monitoring your body at each visit. This has proven to be extremely accurate clinically, and helps us identify exactly what the body needs and how well we are meeting that need.

Customized Nutrition for Person

A custom designed nutrition program utilizes specific dietary recommendations and whole food concentrates in a tablet, capsule or powder. They are prepared using a unique manufacturing process that preserves all of the active enzymes and vital components that make it work as Nature intended. These real food supplements have been designed to match the needs of the body, as determined by the positive response shown when tested against the active Nutrition Response Testing reflexes.
 
These are nutrients you are simply not getting, or not assimilating, in your current diet.
 
These deficiencies may be due to your past personal eating habits and routines, but it is for sure due, in some large extent, to the lack of quality of the foods commercially available in grocery stores and most restaurants today.
 
An example of a whole food could be carrots.
 
Carrots are high in Vitamin A Complex. A “complex” is something made up of many different parts that work together. Synthetic vitamin A does not contain the whole “Vitamin A Complex” found in nature. So, if we were looking for a food high in Vitamin A, carrots might be one of our choices.
 
If one actually were deficient in any of the components of Vitamin A Complex, one would be wise to seek out a supplement that was made from whole foods that were rich in this complex – not from chemicals re-engineered in a laboratory to look like one little part of the Vitamin A Complex that has erroneously been labeled as “Vitamin A.”
 
Designed Clinical Nutrition is not ‘over-the-counter’ vitamins. Over-the-counter vitamins are pharmaceutically engineered chemical fractions of vitamin structures reproduced in a laboratory. They are not “genuine replacement parts.” They lack many of the essential elements normally present in WHOLE foods. Most store bought vitamins (1) can cause other health problems; (2) create additional deficiencies and imbalances; or (3) simply don’t work because they do not contain all of the factors found in nature.
Please ask about our DVD by Dr. Kydonieus:
 
“The Vitamin Difference,” an in-depth explanation of vitamins and other nutritional supplements.
We help you to determine the exact nutrients you need to supplement your diet, in order to bring about balance and better health.  We make these highly concentrated therapeutic formulations available to you in tablets, capsules, or in powdered form to “supplement” your current diet. That’s why they are called “food supplements.”
Depending on your individual situation, we might also require that you make some specific changes in your diet & eating habits, and in your daily routines, in order to bring about the best possible results.