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What You Probably Don’t Know About Domestic Violence and Abuse (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // March 3, 2015 // Updated 09:02 GMT // 0 Comments

Ilene, 20, says her boyfriend, Matt, constantly accuses her of cheating on him, insults her appearance, calls her despicable names, and threatens to take their son and leave her homeless. Watch as Robin McGraw, Dr. Phil’s wife who’s a leading advocate of domestic violence awareness, says: “A lot of people think that domestic violence is […]

20-Year-Old Describes How She Says Her Boyfriend Has Degraded Her (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // March 3, 2015 // Updated 08:35 GMT // 0 Comments

Matt and Ilene have been together for nearly two years, during which time they had a now 1-year-old son and have another baby on the way. But their relationship deteriorated about six months in, according to Ilene. “Matt started accusing me of cheating on him. I did not see it coming at all,” says the […]

A Surgery Standard Under Fire

by The New York Times // March 3, 2015 // Updated 06:11 GMT // 0 Comments

The New Old Age By PAULA SPAN (Martin Leon Barreto) What she wanted, the patient told the geriatricians evaluating her, was to be able to return to her condominium in Boston. She had long lived there on her own, lifting weights to keep fit and doing her own grocery shopping, until a heart condition worsened […]

The health risks of cyberbullying in college

by CNN // March 2, 2015 // Updated 20:17 GMT // 0 Comments

Infamous quotes from famous cases of teenage cyberbullying, each ending tragically with the victim taking her life. Heartbreaking cases like these galvanized research and today much more is known about the damaging effects of cyberbullying among middle and high school studentsincluding an increased risk for depression, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, hostility and delinquency. What about […]

The Route To See The Apostle Islands Ice Caves Is Treacherous, But The Views Are Totally Worth It

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 18:48 GMT // 0 Comments

More than 11,000 people traveled to the far reaches of chilly Wisconsin this weekend, trekking for miles down a road and across the treacherous ice of Lake Superior. It was all for a glimpse of the jaw-dropping ice caves at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Courtesy Ernie Vater/VisualLyricsPhoto After monitoring ice thickness and weather conditions […]

How A Marriage Fell Apart After 19 Years Together And Six Kids (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 18:20 GMT // 0 Comments

After 19 years as a couple and six kids together, George describes his wife Rachel, from whom he’s been separated for three months, as “a wife from hell.” He claims she has cheated multiple times, has a temper, and says they fight often, especially over money and the kids. “When Rachel’s boyfriend calls, she jumps. […]

11 Animals You Didn’t Know Could Fly

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 17:49 GMT // 0 Comments

Not a bird? No problem. Several species can achieve takeoff using their skin, ribs and even silk to glide through air. These animals take the phrase “when pigs fly” to heart! Read the whole story at The Dodo

Cinematographer Aaron Eveland Chases The Sun, Catches All Its Glory

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 15:06 GMT // 0 Comments

What happens when you mix some very expensive camera equipment, perfect sunset conditions and a seriously devoted cinematographer? – Thankfully, Eveland stuck with it. His short film, aptly titled “Sunchasers,” captures the dramatic, dreamlike world of Hawaii’s most stunning sunsets.

The World’s Deepest Snow (PHOTOS) – Weather.com

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 13:22 GMT // 0 Comments

www.weather.com: Feet of snow may sound unusual to you, but in some parts of the world, it’s actually typical.

Most Doctors Give In to Requests by Parents to Alter Vaccine Schedules

by The New York Times // March 2, 2015 // Updated 09:57 GMT // 0 Comments

A wide majority of pediatricians and family physicians acquiesce to parents who wish to delay vaccinating their children, even though the doctors feel these decisions put children at risk for measles, whooping cough and other ailments, a new survey has found. Dr. Nivedita More, a pediatrician, says she is flexible on delaying vaccine schedules, but […]

New Round Of Snow Could Push Boston To Season Record

by The Huffington Post // March 2, 2015 // Updated 00:39 GMT // 0 Comments

After cold and snow that set February records, southern New England is entering March with another round that could push Boston over its 20-year-old snowfall record. With 102 inches, Boston needs 5.7 more to break the 1995-1996 record of 107.6.Michael McDonough uses his brand-new snow blower to clear his driveway. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston […]

Spring Tide: Bottled Water In China Spurred By Pollution Fears

by The Huffington Post // March 1, 2015 // Updated 15:54 GMT // 0 Comments

Beneath the frozen flanks of East Asia’s most revered mountain, in China’s north-eastern Jilin province, a huddle of sleek new processing plants will soon be packaging its precious essence: spring water. Known to the Chinese as Changbaishan, the mountain and its premium mineral water are the stars of the country’s frothing bottled-water market. Read the […]

Chris Christie Backed Law That Lets Him Divert ExxonMobil Settlement From Environmental Cleanup

by The Huffington Post // February 28, 2015 // Updated 16:21 GMT // 0 Comments

Only three months before New Jersey agreed to accept $250 million in cash from ExxonMobil to settle claims the oil giant sullied public land, Gov. Chris Christie was still signaling a hard line. The governor called the ecological damage from the firm’s refining operations “staggering and unprecedented,” and his administration continued to pursue a state […]

The Eiffel Tower Just Became A Little More Green. Here Are 8 Other Landmarks That Did It First

by The Huffington Post // February 28, 2015 // Updated 15:41 GMT // 0 Comments

Two wind turbines have been successfully installed on the Eiffel Tower to offset some of the structure’s energy use, renewable energy company UGE and the public service authority in charge of the iconic landmark announced this week. Workers install wind turbines on France’s iconic Eiffel Tower. | UGE The two turbines, which were placed 400 […]

Here’s How NYC Says It’s Saving 800 Lives A Year By Cleaning Up The Air

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 18:43 GMT // 0 Comments

It’s been a cold winter in New York City, which means a lot of building owners are turning up the heat — and pumping more pollutants into the city’s air. But the amount of black smoke billowing above the five boroughs is dramatically less than it was just four years ago. Since 2011, according to […]

This Inseparable Father And Son Doggie Duo Have Love, Now They Just Need A Home

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 17:05 GMT // 0 Comments

This handsome pair of dogs is Oscar and Olyvar, a father-and-son duo who came into an Indiana shelter together last spring. Staff quickly learned they can’t bear to be apart. “They are kenneled together and a few times they were separated to be neutered, or just taken in separate directions during a walk with volunteers. […]

A scientific tale of two dresses

by CNN // February 27, 2015 // Updated 16:11 GMT // 0 Comments

“Why do some people love cilantro and others say it tastes like soap? Why do some people have perfect pitch and others are tone deaf? It’s the same with vision — our sensory apparatus is fine tuned,” says Dr. Julia Haller, the Opthalmologist-in-Chief at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. – “She’s looking at me right […]

A scientific tale of two dresses

by CNN // February 27, 2015 // Updated 15:57 GMT // 0 Comments

“Why do some people love cilantro and others say it tastes like soap? Why do some people have perfect pitch and others are tone deaf? It’s the same with vision — our sensory apparatus is fine tuned,” says Dr. Julia Haller, the Opthalmologist-in-Chief at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia. – “She’s looking at me right […]

How One Community Is Kicking The Koch Brothers’ Harmful Black Dust Out Of Their Neighborhood

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 14:52 GMT // 0 Comments

It’s not easy to take on a wealthy, multi-national corporation and win. Especially for residents of Chicago’s struggling southeast side. But that’s exactly what’s happening on the banks of the Calumet River, where the steel plants that used to give residents of a mostly Hispanic neighborhood access to a middle-class lifestyle were replaced, nearly two […]

Exxon Mobil Settles With New Jersey Over Environmental Damage

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 14:50 GMT // 0 Comments

A long-fought legal battle to recover $8.9 billion in damages from Exxon Mobil Corporation for the contamination and loss of use of more than 1,500 acres of wetlands, marshes, meadows and waters in New Jersey has been quietly settled by the state for around $250 million. Read the whole story at The New York Times

This Dog’s Best Friend? A Rat

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 13:43 GMT // 0 Comments

One dog’s dinner is another’s best friend. – Sign up here for Live Today, HuffPost Live’s morning email that will let you know the newsmakers, celebrities and politicians joining us that day and give you the best clips from the day before!

Celebrate International Polar Bear Day With These Stunning Photographs

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 13:22 GMT // 0 Comments

Happy International Polar Bear Day! – Below, check out 10 stunning polar bear photographs from National Geographic’s Your Shot community, and remember that any day is a good day to care about polar bears. Learn more about what you can do for polar bears here.

If You Think Money Buys Happiness, Watch This (VIDEO)

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 07:18 GMT // 0 Comments

“Winning the lottery changed our lives for the worse,” says Jodie, whose husband, Edwin, hit a $25 million jackpot when he and 14 co-workers bought tickets in a pool. Since Edwin got his after-tax share of the winnings, Jodie says he’s acted like it’s only his money, and that their marriage has gone downhill fast […]

Alarming Consequences Of The California Drought You May Not Have Expected

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 04:24 GMT // 0 Comments

What happens when America’s most populous state runs low on its most precious resource for the fourth year in a row? A lack of rainfall doesn’t just result in problems for farmers, the food industry and people with sprawling lawns. It can have serious consequences that aren’t so obvious. While there have been concerns about […]

How The World’s Hottest Desert Fertilizes The Amazon

by The Huffington Post // February 27, 2015 // Updated 00:10 GMT // 0 Comments

The world’s largest hot desert fertilizes the world’s largest rainforest. – “This is a small world,” Yu told NASA, “and we’re all connected together.”

Ethereal ‘Slurpee’ Waves Roll Onto Frigid Nantucket Beach

by The Huffington Post // February 26, 2015 // Updated 21:24 GMT // 0 Comments

When Nantucket-based photographer and surfer Jonathan Nimerfroh went to the beach on a frigid 19-degree day last week, he saw something he’d never seen before: slushy, half-frozen waves rolling up to the shore. – H/T Stay Wild Magazine

Fatality Rate in West Africa Ebola Clinics Is Dropping

by The New York Times // February 26, 2015 // Updated 20:57 GMT // 0 Comments

SEATTLE — As the Ebola epidemic in West Africa wanes, physicians from Doctors Without Borders are confronting a mystery: More of their patients are surviving. They do not know why. Benetha Coleman, an Ebola survivor and nurse’s aid, comforts an infant girl with Ebola symptoms in Paynesville, Liberia. (John Moore/Getty Images) “The reasons are really […]

Llamas Elude Capture In Arizona

by The Huffington Post // February 26, 2015 // Updated 20:21 GMT // 0 Comments

UPDATE: Both llamas have been brought into custody. Previously… – — Colin Campbell (@BKcolin) February 26, 2015 This post has been updated to reflect that both llamas have been wrangled.

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