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Crock Pot Recipes

The hottest commodity in your kitchen on Thanksgiving Day is always the oven. No matter how much you try to figure out the timing, there are only so many dishes you can fit in there. Over the years we’ve

Weight Discrimination In The Workplace: The Troubling Lack Of Plus-Sized CEOs

In a recent study on hiring bias by the job-reviewing platform Fairygodboss, a picture of a heavier woman was shown to 500 recruiters. The survey respondents described her as friendly, confident, and professional, but the big takeaway

People May Never Fully Recover From A Real Broken Heart

PHOTOGRAPHED BY ASHLEY ARMITAGE. New research from the University of Aberdeen suggests that people who suffer from a truly “broken” heart may never fully recover. The researchers presented their findings at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions

5 Healthy Ways to Prevent End of Year Burn Out

PeopleImages via Getty Images The final stretch of the year can sometimes feel like the hardest. As the New Year approaches, there is often pressure to finish (or even start) all the things you haven’t quite gotten

The Benefits Of Being Mindful

Have you ever spent time getting things done only to think a bit later that you are not sure if you have actually done them? In today’s live-by-the-minute, see-the-world-through-a-screen environment it is easy to go into auto-pilot

Sweaters Promote Self-Love With Body Positive Slogans

Photo: Label Messages that allude to some bodies being better than others surround people on a daily basis. They’re on TV and red carpets, in Instagram feeds, sent through the people who have power, and, sometimes, in our

You’ll Want To Steal Olympian Dara Torres’ Morning Routine

Do you spring out of bed, ready to start your day, or hit snooze over and over again? That Morning Person is HuffPost’s attempt to make sense of mornings by peering into the routines of others.  Isabella Carapella/HuffPost Olympic

The Effects of Childhood Sexual Abuse On Mental Health

Bill Clark via Getty Images GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore. When Beverly Young Nelson described the fear and powerlessness she felt as a 15-year-old girl who, she asserts, was groped and assaulted by GOP Senate

How Separate Bedrooms Saved My Sleep. And My Relationship.

Original illustration by Healthline This article was originally published on Healthline. For most couples, sharing a bed is one of the great joys of a long-term relationship. Those moments of falling asleep and waking up together are a

I Love Someone With Depression

his article was originally published on Healthline. Health and wellness touch each of us differently. This is one person’s story. As someone who lives with depression, I know firsthand how all-encompassing it can be. I know how it