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Obama’s Social Media Warning
Former President Barack Obama discussed the dangers of social media with Prince Harry on BBC radio, where he made a thinly-veiled jab at President Trump.
All-Star Cast Spearheaded By Midler Brings Out The ‘Freak’ in All Of Us
Publisher, Editor-in-Chief, The Seattle Lesbian
It's part “Mean Girls,” part “Napoleon Dynamite,” part “Clueless.”
New Study Suggests FOMO May Have A Few Benefits
New research shows a little FOMO, or fear of missing out, might be just enough to get us out the door.
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There Are Actual Health Benefits To Having A Few Close Best Friends
A new study shows adolescents with close, meaningful friendships experience less anxiety later in life.
Ending Gang Violence
With homicides rising dramatically, one of the biggest challenges facing Little Rock is resurgent gang violence. Resident Kyle Clayton gave HuffPost his view on what can be done to help tackle the problem
Why I Called The Police On My Street Harassers
Elizabeth Licorish is a freelance writer and author from Phila...
As a female runner, I’m a prime target.
'Hollywood Medium' Tyler Henry Gets Johnny Weir To Open Up About Divorce
Curtis M. Wong
"There's so little that people actually know about that period in my life."
2 Women Are Turning Old Ivanka Trump Clothes Into Something You Can Feel Good About
Resist. Reuse. Recycle.
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This New App Is Tinder For Sperm And Egg Donors
“I figure if we can all get together, we’re going to find people who want to make babies with us, one way or another.”
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Doing Good Is The Ultimate Stress Reducer
Dr. Noelle Nelson
psychologist, author and speaker
You’re probably aware of the many personal benefits of volunteering, not the least of which is that volunteers tend to enjoy
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
19 Quotes From Single Parents To Remind You That You're Not Alone
"It’s difficult, but far from impossible and we smile more than we cry.” -- Regina King
People Are Loving The Hilarious Way This Woman Came Out On Facebook
Teen Accused Of Killing Allegedly Abusive Dad To Leave Jail For Treatment Facility
Bresha Meadows, 15, will now get a chance to begin healing, her mother said.
How Has the iPhone Changed Human Behavior?
The best answer to any question
Society Could Collapse In A Decade, Predicts Math Historian
Professor Peter Turchin says Donald Trump’s presidential election win confirms that “negative trends seem to be accelerating.”
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The Writing Life: Storytelling in The Great Global Bazaar
Bestselling author, historian, biographer, foreign correspondent
Why Do American Soldiers Miss War?
Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
'Mama, Why Are You Shaving Your Legs?'
Freelance Writer/Co-Host@The Broad's Way Podcast/Creator/Write...
Why do we do these things? Vanity? Comfort? Habit?
What Happened After I Watched A Young Woman Get 'Etiquette Shamed' At The Grocery Store
The film version of Caren Lissner's novel, Carrie Pilby, debut...
If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.
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Us And Them: The Sociobiology Of Bias, Fear, And Hatred
David L. Katz, M.D., M.P.H.
Founder, True Health Initiative
I concur with the New York Times editorialists who, among others, declared President Obama’s speech in Dallas this week a
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Testosterone Helped Me Feel Like Myself -- Here's Why I Stopped Taking It
Media funded and run by women.
Ultimately, I realized that in order to find my voice, I had to begin by decolonizing myself not just in how I present my black identity, but my trans identity as well. After coming to this realization, I decided to discontinue taking T after six months.
How Food Can Save the World
Medical Doctor, Harvard Fellow 2013-2015, Social Startup Founder
We cannot solve the world's problems, without first solving food. Or another view: food is our best opportunity for getting our planet back on track.
Still Honoring Muhammad Ali -- And Why That Matters
Rabbi Michael Lerner
Editor, Tikkun Magazine
Ali, I was told, had decided some seven years before that I would be the person he would want to represent the Jewish world and speak at his memorial. I felt honored and humbled by the invite.
Californians Now Have Right to 'Aid in Dying': How Did We Get Here?
The Conversation US
Independent source of news and analysis, from experts in the a...
Twenty years ago, no one in the United States could claim a right to "physician aid in dying" (also called "physician-assisted suicide"). Today, more than 52 million Americans can.
The Intimacy of "Sleeping With"
The connotation that comes with the term "slept with" was recently discussed amongst a group of my friends. Of course, where most minds jump is sex. Not just sex, actually. Full on, all-night, torrid, romance novel-style action. The stuff that half-naked book covers are made of.
This Is My Fat Girl Rant
Writer, traveller, dreamer.
Yes, I am fat, healthy, plump and everything else you want to call me. I will use the word "fat" without feeling sorry for myself and without cringing. Fat is fat, but fat is not ugly, funny or unacceptable.
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