Michele Willens was afraid that COVID had made her immune to true emotion about death. Here’s what she discovered when a loved one passed.
One brilliant scientist suffered through her male supervisor getting credit for her work. But wait till you hear the stunning move she just made.
Forget subtle, muted, and the phrase “age-appropriate.” Why should we stop wearing what we love? Here’s why Janice Eidus refuses to change her spots.
How are you supposed to react when the dermatologist essentially says, “Damn, woman, that flabby chin makes you look ancient”? Is giving her the finger too harsh?
Who hasn’t made stupid choices against their better judgment? But there’s a payoff now. Here’s how intuition works and why it gets better as we age.
A new study shows that an astonishingly simple diet modification can be a “game changer” for dealing with hot flashes. So why are you still sweating it out?
When she became a mom, Sharon Waldrop let go of her passion for rock-n-roll. Then, 25 years later, her college-aged son gave her the most liberating gift.
The rom-com favorite is only 15 years old this month, but it doesn’t hold up well in today’s environment. Lorraine Merkl looks at what has changed and why.
After living toke-free most of her life, Hillary Quinn entered one of her state’s legal cannabis parlors to find out how to buy marijuana and how it can benefit women our age.
You’re not eating more, but you’ve taken on extra padding. Welcome to the club. Here Densie Webb explains the science behind this shift—and what you can and can’t do about it.
Many women are pissed off about the wording used to address aging. We can’t change the fact that we age, but we can demand a change in thinking and vocabulary.
Jeannie Ralston has always had thin lips and age is only making it worse. Instead of resorting to fillers, she found the best antidote of all.
As a young woman, Madeline Forman could sing like a goddess but wasn’t able to pursue a music career. All that changed when, at 94, she found some old recordings of her performances.
Emily Vickers was asked to pose au naturel for a classroom full of students. Here’s what happened when she said yes.
Some pals stick with you through thick and thin, sickness and health, trauma and heartache, while other friendships fizzle at the first bump. Janice Eidus looks at what makes or breaks these key relationships.
Celebrate the Gray is on a mission to change how older women are represented in our culture. You too could be a model if you meet these three requirements.
You’ve been dying to travel again, but sometimes a quick getaway with your husband can turn into nothing but frustration and folly, Mary Kay Fleming discovered.