The Easter Bunny Tale: Fun Fiction or Harmful Myth? (Op-Ed)
easter bunny, myths
April 19th, 2014
All around the world many parents are preparing for Easter – possibly thinking of how Easter eggs will be hidden, how they will explain their delivery and perhaps bracing themselves for some challenging questions about the Easter Bunny.
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Vacation Takes On New Meaning For Most Workers
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April 17th, 2014
Only 25 percent of workers use all of their allotted vacation time and most work while on vacation.
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What Your Sleeping Style Reveals About Your Relationship
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April 17th, 2014
How you sleep may reveal secrets about your personality and relationship.
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School Shootings: What Does Science Say?
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April 16th, 2014
In a highly emotional situation like a school shooting, it can be difficult to separate fact from speculation. What does science have to say about school shootings and violence?
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How to Cook the Perfect Steak (with Science)
steak on a flame
April 15th, 2014
The perfect steak needs to be exposed to enough heat to denature its proteins without drying it out. Complex chemical reactions create the perfect browning on the outside.
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Kindle vs. Books? Children Just Don't See It That Way (Op-Ed)
tablet, kindle, kids
April 19th, 2014
A furious debate has been raging for some years now between adults. Are you a Kindle lover or a devotee of the good, old-fashioned book?
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5 Red Flags Job Interviewers Look For
red flag, hiring
April 17th, 2014
Are you ready to hire an employee? You've created a short list of candidates, and it's time to conduct your first employee interview. But based on just a short interview, how can you tell who will be a good employee for your small business?
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The 50 Fastest Growing Online Jobs
online jobs, growing job market
April 16th, 2014
Looking for a job? Here are 50 online careers most in demand on Freelancer.com.
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