New research shows that early abuse can impact cortisol production throughout a woman’s lifetime, which may contribute to health problems such as heart disease.
To help you sort through the range of products and the wild claims, we asked dermatologists which ingredients are most effective for keeping skin looking its best.
An in-depth story in the New York Times treats sex among the gray-haired set with great respect and sensitivity. And then perpetrates the myth that there’s something ugly about it.
As Chris Evert battles a new opponent, ovarian cancer, we get to hear the tennis icon’s thoughts on staying strong and maintaining balance and peace.
Up until the end, Ronnie Spector–the girl with the voice and the moves–was doing what she does best: Singing on stage around the world. We’ll miss her.
After proving that yoga can play an integral part in developing leaders, author and speaker Shar McBee has added a new element to the mix: the idea of sipping and surrendering.
After decades as an attentive wife and mother, it took falling down stairs and almost cracking her head open for Lorraine Duffy Merkl to start setting boundaries.
If getting in shape is on your resolution list, here’s our completely honest, sometimes slap-happy, step-by-step guide to the ProLon fast mimicking plan.
Can’t find your keys? Tried brushing teeth with hair gel? These kind of things happen more these days, and Joyce Wadler has something to say about it.
She took her first toke at age 12 and her last one at age 58. Here Nina Malkin explains how she went cold turkey off alcohol and drugs and why.
She thought her at-home COVID test gave her clearance to socialize, then Jennifer Rapaport realized her mistake. Here’s what you need to know about reading test results.
With the new version of West Side Story now in theaters, Sherry Amatenstein can’t help but think of parallels to her own love life and the important difference.
She gave us much to laugh about and was the perfect role model for aging boldly and outrageously. We can’t thank Betty White enough for leading such an exemplary life.
Even though we think more about change at this time of year, Jeannie Edmunds, photographed here at her recent wedding, believes we don’t have to wait for the calendar to reinvent our lives.
Because she was the oldest in the group, some doubted Jeannie Ralston could make the 4-day, 26-mile trek on the Inca Trail. At times, so did she.
Now that you’ve gotten used to silver strands in your tresses, is this the time to fully commit to gray? Barbara Peck shows us how she did it.
Did you laugh at Saturday Night Live’s skit called “Boomers Got the Vax”? And is it still funny now that we’re dealing with Omicron or just ironic?