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Women rangers now roam Afghanistan's first national park

The posts in the Band-e-Amir park represent a breakthrough for both women's employment and the protection of the nation's natural heritage<p>It took 62 years for women rangers to achieve equal status with their male peers in the US National Park Service: in Afghanistan, it has taken just three. In a …

5 Ways to Run-Proof Your Skin

While training for a long race can be hell on your body, it doesn’t have to be unpleasant for your skin. Fortunately, many of those not-so-hot skin conditions (Chafed underarms, anyone? Blistered toes?) can be treated—and in some cases, prevented—according to four-time marathoner Elizabeth Hale, …

The 10 Most Popular Workout Songs

Music can keep you moving through the toughest workouts—if you listen to these songs<p>Ever wonder what other people listen to while they work out? Chances are, it’s the kind of music that makes you want to dance.<p>To discover the most popular songs to sweat to, Spotify assessed the 2.8 million workout …

Which Guys Do More Housework: Teachers or Bankers?

New research reveals the answer—and the surprising reason why<p>New research reveals the answer—and the surprising reason why<p>What can you tell about a guy based solely on his job? You might be able to get a rough estimate of how much housework he would do if he lived with you—at least, that's the word …

4 Hot Foreplay Moves PERFECT For Summer

It's hot outside—and hotter in your bed<p>Hot and bothered is sexy. So hot you might pass out? Not so much. Use these hot sex tips to enjoy scorchin' foreplay without overheating.<p><b>Give Him A Frosty Lick</b><br>Yes, it's cliché—but ice is a romp-time necessity for a reason: Putting some in your mouth before …

6 Surprising Signs You're Stressed Out

Watch for these signs that you're more frazzled than you realize<p>You're stressed. We're stressed. Everyone's stressed. No big deal, right? Because it's so common, you might think that if you're not lying on the floor from exhaustion, you're probably fine. But stress has an insidious way of creeping …

9 Great Sources of Iron for Active Women

If your body doesn't have enough iron, your muscles can't recover as quickly post-workout. Stock up on these foods high in iron to reach your fitness goals

Are You Guilty of Oversharing?

More people are doing it than ever before. What’s fair game—and what’s off-limits<p>Before you start typing a Facebook post about your less-than-awesome day at work or Tweeting about the date you just went on, consider this first: People are sharing more and more information online, using social media …

Premier League: Saturday's matches – in pictures

The best images from around the grounds on the first day of the 2013-2014 Premier League season

Wales ready to host Europe’s young elite

<b>A feature on the UEFA Women’s Under-19 tournament that is being held in Wales.</b><p><b>Over the course of the next fortnight, Wales will host its first UEFA</b> …

Toure supports Suarez

BT Sport makes mixed impression on football debut

BT is absorbing the lessons of its first weekend as a Premier League broadcaster, which included an embarrassing technical failure and widespread criticism of some of its novice on-screen talent.<p>Bosses will be relieved that BT Sport gained an audience roughly on a par with those of ESPN and …

Soccer

Road trips USA: a local's view of Chicago – in pictures

Chicago brings to mind music, baseball, dive bars, hotdogs and much more. From its iconic buildings – such as national-landmark-listed Macy's on State Street and the beautiful Music Box Theatre – to a vinyl-only record shop and its street art there's plenty to see that encapsulates the city. …

Sport picture of the day: a celebration to forget

It could have been a memorable and happy image, but Dwain Chambers will doubtless look back and cringe. Britain's men had just come home third in the 4x100m final at the World Championships, with Chambers having run the final leg. Alas, it transpired one of the team's baton changes (between Harry …

Are Women Responsible for the Increase in First-Person Storytelling?

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Columnists have long lamented that modern America has become a me-first generation, and there is now …

NJ to allow medical marijuana for kids. Safety still under debate

arents who believe their sick children would be helped by medical marijuana won a partial victory in New Jersey Friday. Using a conditional veto, Gov. Chris Christie modified a bill to allow prescriptions of edible medical marijuana for children. Parents of qualifying children will need the …

Cannabis

Russia Not Only Country With Anti-Gay Laws

Many other countries, from Iran to Cameroon, have harsh anti-gay laws.<p><b>A new Russian law that criminalizes "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations among minors" has sparked growing calls from the global gay community and its supporters for a boycott of Russia's upcoming Winter Olympics.</b><p>While …

LGBTQ

What Your Brand Can Learn From Today’s Biggest Celebrities

Celebs live and die by their brand–and so does your company. Here are lessons from Bono, Kim Kardashian, Tiger Woods, and other huge stars on reinvention, staying relevant, and remaining true to yourself.<p>From pop stars turned politicians, to underwear models evolving into method movie …

Successful Founders Share 4 Must-Have Skills To Bolster Any Career

Every career is different. But some skills cut across all of them. Here are four.<p>Some skills may be awesome but not in demand: While a sonnet might take your breath away, iambic pentameter doesn’t have a high market demand. But some skills by any industry are wanted just as sweetly–and as founders …

How Keeping Your Options Open Undermines Good Habits

Research shows that you don’t want a wealth of options.<p>If you’re trying to make yourself more productive–whether it’s by simplifying your morning, taking walking meetings, or eating a snack that powers you up rather than slows you down–would you think that giving yourself many options for change is …

Marmite TV advert draws widespread complaints

<b>A TV advert in which a spoof rescue team saves "stricken" jars of Marmite from homes where they have been neglected has prompted 278 complaints.</b><p>Some 250 complaints were received by the Advertising Standards Authority in just 24 hours, following the advert's debut on Monday evening.<p>Those who …

Marmite

10 Signs You're Over 50, As Told Through GIFs

Every time you reach for your keys, you're like:<p>Trying to name a song in the Top 10 is like:<p>When 20-somethings talk about dating and college kids talk about hook up culture, you're like:<p>Trying to balance all the responsibilities in your life is like:<p>Trying to lose weight quickly is like:<p>In the 80s, …

A Personalized News App At Its Simplest: No Articles, Just Data

Instead of tracking headlines, Numbeez tracks numbers. Here’s why that might not be as absurd as it sounds.<p>When Mark Zuckerberg says he wants to build a “personalized newspaper,” he’s talking about photos, conversations between friends, music, and news articles. But when a small startup in Tel Aviv …