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Newly Discovered Land Snail Is The Tiniest In The World

The Huffington Post | Eliza Sankar-Gorton | Posted 11.04.2015 | Science

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The Only Way Over Is Through

Jessica Kahan | Posted 11.03.2015 | Divorce
Jessica Kahan

I am a work in progress. I have started the next chapter but the book is not yet finished being written. I am a sketch, not a masterpiece. I am still me at my core though. That me, she knows only ONE truth in this journey - the only way over is through.

The Endless Awe and Awesome Endlessness of Self-Discovery

Corinda Lubin-Katz | Posted 10.07.2015 | Healthy Living
Corinda Lubin-Katz

Like any journey, self-discovery requires enduring the tougher times -- but in reflecting back on those difficult moments, we will often find they ultimately prove to have given far more than they took.

Rediscover and Reconnect So You Can Thrive

Jennifer Taormina | Posted 09.30.2015 | Healthy Living
Jennifer Taormina

What I have learned through my journey of self-awareness is that we all have a story and should share our stories.

Content, Distribution, Discovery: The Royal Family

David Kleeman | Posted 09.17.2015 | Media
David Kleeman

There's good news, if you're lucky enough to get found and adopted. Kids engage more deeply than ever with favorite characters, stories and brands. They'll follow you across platforms, consume your content voraciously and share it with others.

'Why Do I Apologize For My Child When He Acts Like a Kid In Public?'

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | Posted 09.08.2015 | Parents
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

Why do parents expect their kids to behave like adults when they are in the presence of other adults? It makes no sense. Kids are supposed to be playing and expecting to delight people. This gives them confidence and is developmentally on target. Why expect anything else?

10 Ways for Kids to Find Their Own Score Card to Maximize Learning at School

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. | Posted 09.01.2015 | Education
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.

Schools have rules, grades, tests, competitions, and hopefully, learning. If kids want to enjoy school, be inspired, maintain their desires for discovery, and have fun, they need to find their own pace at learning and not be pressured into doing more or less.

Here's How Outrageous The Pay Gap Between CEOs And Workers Is

The Huffington Post | Jenny Che | Posted 08.27.2015 | Business

If you thought CEOs were earning way too much while the bulk of their companies' employees got left behind -- well, you weren't wrong. The pay gap bet...

The Worst Thing This 'Man Vs. Wild' Star Ever Ate Was A 'Vomit-Testicle Cocktail'

HuffPost Live | Rahel Gebreyes | Posted 07.10.2015 | HuffPost Live 321

Survivalist Bear Grylls has eaten everything from insects to raw snake to the heart of a moose while roughing it in the wild, but nothing can touch th...

Lights Go On: Part LXVI -- Perspective

Thomas Bähler | Posted 06.09.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Thomas Bähler

How often do I hear "Why does this always happen to me?" or "This idea came to me, I don't know why" or "Why do I do these things?" this word...

WATCH: Crazy Caterpillar With Erupting Tentacles

Aaron Pomerantz | Posted 06.29.2015 | World
Aaron Pomerantz

On my recent travels through the Peruvian Amazon, I came upon the craziest caterpillar that I have ever seen, and subsequently yelled at it for hours.

Congressional Myopia: Without Support for Research, There Will Be No Medical Breakthroughs

Claire Pomeroy | Posted 06.23.2015 | Science
Claire Pomeroy

Despite the economic (not to mention lifesaving) benefits of medical research, our Congressional leadership has not stepped up to ensure the future: "We wish we could, but we simply cannot make this a priority."

Refueling America's Research

Sen. Ed Markey | Posted 06.23.2015 | Politics
Sen. Ed Markey

If we don't strengthen our support of scientific research, the engine of innovation that gave our nation a competitive edge in the last century may lose steam. A "refuel" is in order to keep our job-stimulating innovation engine on pace. America's economic competitors are moving to increase their own investments, and it would be incredibly short-sighted to fall behind.

These Glow-In-The-Dark Critters Will Blow Your Mind

Aaron Pomerantz | Posted 06.20.2015 | World
Aaron Pomerantz

If you're familiar with the 2009 science fiction film, "Avatar," you may have enjoyed the beautifully lush extraterrestrial glowing rainforest. But the other worldly glowing rainforest that I experienced was far closer to home, in the Peruvian Amazon of Tambopata this past March.

Los Angeles's 30 Newest Species

Aaron Pomerantz | Posted 05.25.2015 | World
Aaron Pomerantz

LOS ANGELES -- A recent study has revealed 30 previously unknown species of flies, living right here in the bustling city of Los Angeles. This is remarkable because we usually don't think of urbanized areas as being particularly biologically diverse. But our lack of information on urban environments has allowed for an interesting research opportunity. A few years ago, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County initiated a project called BioSCAN to search for biodiversity in heavily urbanized areas.

You Leave Jesus Out of This! How Christians Talk With Others.

Steve Lawler | Posted 04.20.2015 | Religion
Steve Lawler

Just as the language used to pass along Jesus words has changed from Greek to Latin to almost every other language in the world; the context for speaking of Jesus has changed. We have more web, scholarly and global resources to interpret Jesus' words.

In Rejecting Measles Vaccination Are You Defying God's Will?

Bernard Starr | Posted 04.14.2015 | Religion
Bernard Starr

If one believes in the doctrine of creationism--that God created man--one should also embrace its corollary: that God's creation of humans includes the manifestation of human intelligence to improve life on this planet.

A Tale of Two Employment Discrimination Lawsuits: Revlon and Saks Fifth Avenue

Stacy Slotnick | Posted 03.31.2015 | Business
Stacy Slotnick

Both fashion tales will sink or swim depending on the disclosures made during pre-trial discovery. It will be either the spring of hope, or the winter of despair, for this pair of voguish glamour companies.

Taking Stock

Eve Beck | Posted 03.16.2015 | Healthy Living
Eve Beck

In summary, at the end of each week, on Sundays, I look into my Soul Mirror, and take stock. Encouraging myself to trigger moments of sincere reflection seems a great way to wrap up my week.

How Silence Helped This Entrepreneur Fight Burnout

The Huffington Post | Alena Hall | Posted 01.13.2015 | Healthy Living

New York-based entrepreneur Dina Kaplan understands how all-consuming work life can be. But after dedicating nearly every moment of her life to her co...

Discovery Channel Is Getting Rid Of Fake Shows

The Huffington Post | Bill Bradley | Posted 01.09.2015 | Entertainment

Looks like Discovery won't be finding new evidence on mermaids anytime soon. Despite its ratings success with shows like "Mermaids: The Body Found"...

Lights Go on Part XXXVI -- Change

Thomas Bähler | Posted 01.31.2015 | Healthy Living
Thomas Bähler

It isn't always welcome.   Change Sometimes I wish it would skip my house  and put someone else through it's upheaval. But then, I realize that ...

Investigator Uncovers Photos of Legendary "Faceless Ghost" That Haunts Abandoned Tunnel

Roadtrippers | Posted 01.25.2015 | Weird News

While the fear-fueled story of the Green Man is certainly the best kind of urban legend, filled with gruesome deaths, supernatural powers and a terrifying curse tailor-made to frighten teenagers, Ken Summers recently uncovered the true story of the Green Man, and it's a lot more sad than scary.

Seth Rogen And James Franco Are Naked And Surprised

The Huffington Post | Bill Bradley | Posted 11.14.2014 | Entertainment

You could probably call this a little more than a sneak peek. Seth Rogen and James Franco bare it all in a clip from their upcoming episode of "Naked ...

Knotes From Asimov: Creativity Comes When It's Not Your Job

Amol Sarva | Posted 12.21.2014 | Business
Amol Sarva

Unearthed! Isaac Asimov's private letter to a U.S. military research project back in the 1950s -- how can the military be creative and come up with the best fresh ideas to help defend America from a ballistic missile attack?