We’re beyond heartsick at the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read here what she says about the constitution and how to best uphold it.
A triathlon that includes mimosas, a lazy river and is totally doable for women over 50 (or even 70)? Yes, please. Jeannie Ralston tells us how it’s done.
New research shows that older voters could determine the election, and women fed up with imcompetence, misogyny, and injustice are leading the way.
The largest increase in completed suicides is among women 45 and older, and experts worry the pandemic will drive the numbers higher. Sheila Weller reports the facts and causes—and how to save lives
At 82, Jane Fonda isn’t done with activism. Her new book, What Can I Do?, is a guidebook we can all use to fight climate change.
Shere Hite’s 1976 book, “The Hite Report: A Nationwide Study on Female Sexuality,” caused a sensation and freed us to talk honestly about sex and to take matters into our own hands.
Who knew that cats could be good role models for dealing with issues we face as we get older? Nina Malkin explains what she’s learned from her fabulous felines.
File this under B for `Bout Time. Citigroup has promoted Jane Fraser to be the only female CEO of a major U.S. financial institution.
Diana Rigg passed away today at the age of 82. Her honesty and strength. on and off the screen, made her unforgettable and much loved.
In her new bestseller, Fallout, Lesley M.M. Blume tells the story of the man who uncovered the real consequences of the atomic bomb. Michele Willens makes the connection.
NextTribe explores the friction between those who believe in aging au naturel and those who don’t. It’s sadly reminiscent of the Mommy Wars at another life stage.
After her husband’s death, Carol Flake Chapman couldn’t sell his car because it was so much a part of him. 10 years later, she decided it was time to move on.
She was a sex symbol in the 60s and 70s, but now Raquel Welch is an Age Boldly icon. Her 80th is one of several milestone birthdays some favorite women are celebrating this month.
When every sunrise seems to bring with it an end-of-days quality, you begin to start thinking more about dying than living. Jeannie Ralston knew just the person to fix that feeling.
New research shows us who is most likely to feel the heat during menopause and why. The same issue is linked to a higher risk of heart disease.