Through her 40s, Renee Yahara could do fewer favorite activities due to osteoarthritis knee pain. Finally, after talking with her surgeon, she got both knees replaced with the ATTUNE® Knee System, and now nothing stops her, not even a Polar Bear Plunge!
As we come together for another Women’s March, Jeannie Ralston remembers the protest 4 years ago that reunited her with a long-lost friend.
Trump met his match last night in NBC journalist Savannah Guthrie. Here we look at her steely performance and her history of badass-ery.
Your son or daughter’s vote could save democracy. Stephanie Dolgoff has a plan to make sure your offspring get to the polls. Read on.
Celebrating an anniversary while working from home with her husband makes Wendy Levine think quarantine years should be measured like dog years and reminds her of the best marital advice ever.
The author of 12 volumes of poetry, Louise Glück, known for the “austere beauty” of her words, just won the biggest prize in literature.
If you’ve had both moderate to severe hot flashes and night sweats, read this to understand how vulnerable you are to heart issues and stroke.
How you vote matters for 100 reasons. One of them is that a certain party is better at lifting women up financially. Want to guess which one?
A long life line on your palm has nothing to do with longevity, but strangely enough the length of another biological feature does.
For more than 20 years, Wendy McMillan has battled the shame and stigma of alopecia. Here she reports on embracing her looks and her newfound love of wigs.
Gloria Steinem’s life is so big, “The Glorias” needed 5 people to portray her. Our take on the the biopic that also tells the story of the Women’s Movement.
An artist has sparked a political movement—by needling Trump with needlework! Here we report on Diane Weymer’s “stitch ‘n’ bitch” effort.
How best to handle our old journals that reveal our deepest selves? Natalie Serber re-reads her early writings and decides to burn them or not.