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The 25 Best Companies For LGBT Employees

In today's workforce, employees still face persistent discrimination and unfair treatment due to their gender, age, race, and sexual orientation. But some companies have been better at embracing diversity than others.<p>Glassdoor.com, an online jobs and career community where people share workplace …

Today's Free Daily Couple's Lovescope

The universe is a complicated place. Why not utilize every kind of horoscope possible to help untangle the web of mystery that surrounds us?<p>Whether …

How to Teach Your Kids About Homophobia

One of our most important jobs as parents is to teach children to treat others as we want to be treated.<p>When my daughter was 9 years old, I told her that I'm gay. She'd always been raised in a household that valued equality and acceptance, so it didn't take her long to get comfortable with the idea …

7 Research-Backed Breakfast Tips for Faster Weight Loss

Want to fend off breakfast boredom and lose some pounds? We've rounded up a week's worth of ideas for your a.m. meals.

Simplify Your Life

If you long for calmer days and less stress, and yearn to check off your family's larger goals (what were those again?), take heart. These 4 simple steps can help you get there.<p>It's not easy to raise a family without distractions. All those bright, loud -- and often expensive -- diversions, whether …

Modern Easter Egg Crafts

We've hatched some creative ideas for decorating this year, and the best part? They're as easy as they are beautiful.<p>Kids can brush squiggles of Crayola washable tempera paint on boiled white eggs with a 1/2-wide flat paintbrush.

Saturn's Moon Enceladus Is Now A Top Candidate For Life

New gravity measurements determined Enceladus has a liquid water sea about as large as Lake Superior.<p>Buried under miles of ice, astronomers have detected a liquid water sea on one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus. The sea is about the size of Lake Superior and it touches Enceladus' silicate core… which …

Astronomy

Monster 'El Gordo' galaxy cluster is bigger than thought

Astronomers have weighed the largest known galaxy cluster in the distant universe and found that it definitely lives up to its nickname: El Gordo …

Thinking more about our teeth

Most of us only think about teeth when something’s wrong with them — when they come in crooked, break, or begin to rot. But take a minute to consider …

Saturn's strange north pole is a giant hexagon

We've learned a lot about Earth's atmosphere and climate by studying other planets. As the American Institute of Physics writes: "In the 1960s and …

Total Lunar Eclipse and Solar 'Ring of Fire' Top April's Stargazing Events

Stargazers have a lot to look forward to this month.<p>The best celestial events in April include eclipses of the sun and moon, a meteor shower and good …

5 most incredible discoveries of the week

A microbe that nearly made the Earth a dead zone and an intriguing ocean discovery on a moon of Saturn highlight the list:<p>1. Villain That Nearly Killed All Life on Earth Is ... Tiny: Name your favorite culprit for the mass extinction that wiped out nearly every life form on Earth 250 million years …

Red Planet Rising: Mars Shines Brighter Than It Has in Years

If you want to see Mars at its best, now's your time: This month, the Red Planet looks bigger and brighter than it has for the past six years.<p>That may sound like the Great Mars Hoax — the occasional (and totally false) claim that Mars will loom as big as the moon in the night sky. But in this case, …

Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated, new study says

The idea that American women would benefit by having fewer mammograms — and having them less frequently — remains controversial. A new study tries to help women and their doctors understand why less can be more when it comes to breast cancer screening.<p>The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force was …