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When It Comes To Money, Women Need More Than Symbolism

The U.S. is planning on putting a woman on the $10 bill, but considering the state of the gender pay gap, perhaps we should put a woman on a special bill -- one for $7.80. A woman makes 78 cents for every dollar a man makes, according to census and income data cited by the White House and others. Show More Summary

7 Sneaky Causes Of Weight Gain

You know that depression, diet soda and lack of sleep can affect your weight. But you feel happy, are steering clear of artificial sweeteners and getting your 7-to-9 hours every night. So why do the pounds keep coming? Here are 7 potential causes to check out. Show More Summary

Gas Bubbles or Why I Love My Children

My youngest boy briefly opens his eyes and confronts the ceiling. There is no one there. A gas bubble rips through his body, like a confused hurricane, exiting with much fanfare and discomfort. It's time to launch a blood-curdling cry. Show More Summary

Kids Explain Gay Marriage In A Way Everyone Can Understand On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

With the historic Supreme Court ruling that legalized same-sex marriage in all 50 states, one question people are wondering is how they're going to explain it to their kids. But after this, it looks like the kids could probably do a better job explaining it to them. Show More Summary

The Child Who Could Become a Monster

It seemed to happen overnight. Just like that, a tidal wave swept through our lives and all the light drained from his eyes, that little boy was gone, a soulless being was left in its wake. I'll never know when or how it happened, just that it did and we'll forever deal with the fallout. Show More Summary

The Power of the Camp Song

My mother's camp songs were my lullabies. I could sing about the green and white teams and the canoes on Lake Thompson before I even knew the words to "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." When I was a young teenager and it seemed that my mother...Show More Summary

Hospital Surprises Parents Of Pediatric ICU Patient With Special Anniversary Dinner

As parents to 14-year-old boy with muscular dystrophy, Carey and Tammy Rogers have always put their child's needs before their own. So when their son was in the hospital on their anniversary, they didn't hesitate to cancel their dinner plans. Show More Summary

Cops Coach Chicago Youth Baseball League To Foster Peace In Crime-Ridden Neighborhood

Police officers in Chicago are stepping up to the plate to coach a youth baseball team for boys and girls. The Englewood Police Youth Baseball League aims to combat violence through the sport, by uniting young athletes in a crime-ridden neighborhood with mentors from the local police force, NBC Nightly News reported. Show More Summary

I Wanted My Marriage to Be Like a TV Show. This Is Why I Was Wrong.

I was driving to Salem with some church friends for an event, when we got on the subject of TV shows that represent good values. The driver, Jake, was a larger man in his late 40s. Nice guy with a good sense of humor, but tends to stick to his opinions. Show More Summary

Shakira shares adorable photo of her son in honor of 5-month milestone

The Colombian songstress and her partner Gerard Pique welcomed Sasha into the world back in January.

How I Came to Terms With My Daughter Being a Tomboy

Blogger and mother Britt Reints of In Pursuit of Happiness describes her frustrations with her daughter's boyish fashion and beauty choices and how she came to realize the difference between "pretty" and "beautiful." "Hey, little man!" "Does...Show More Summary

What does sugar do to your brain?

Is the cake in the break room calling your name? Researchers are shedding light on our troubled relationship with sugar.

The Most Flattering Swimsuit For Your Body Type

These figure fixers make you look smashing, no matter your body type. By Adam Glassman @media only screen and (min-width : 500px) {.ethanmobile { display: none; } } Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Watch Kid President remind parents what summer vacations are really about

The popular Internet personality is back Tuesday with a new YouTube video about what kid's really want from upcoming summer trips, so parents, take note.

Toddler learns to rock climb before walking, climbs 7-foot wall by herself

Ellie Farmer was already a successful rock climber before she could even walk.

Treating Nature Like a Snooty Museum

. Is there a “right” way for kids to play in nature? A letter I got: Dear Free-Range Kids: At my son’s former pre-k, he and another boy were picking leaves off of an overgrown bush while adults were talking. The boys were quiet, engaged, and the bush seemed pretty hardy. When the teacher and the […]

25 Free Fourth of July Printables

The following is an excerpt from a post featured on Pretty My Party and written by blogger Cristy Mishkula, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Moms. In less than a week, it will be time to celebrate the Fourth of July! Here are 25 Free Fourth...Show More Summary

Sand sunflowers :: sensory art inspired by flowers

Combining nature study, sensory play and some transient art, we’re making sand sunflowers inspired by the flowers in our garden classroom. Sand sunflowers :: sensory art inspired by flowers June and July is when our Garden ClassroomShow More Summary

Is It Hyperemesis Gravidarum? A Tale of Pukage

I was pregnant just five weeks when the puking began. I took it as a success sign at first; I had been pregnant just a few months before and miscarried. I figured a little puking couldn't hurt me. Boy, was I wrong! According to the University...Show More Summary

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