Happy Birthday to some impressive women who mark significant milestones in the days ahead, including, from left, Amy Grant, Tilda Swinton, and Elizabeth Perkins.
Only 25 percent of top films pass a new test by the Geena Davis Institute that measures ageist and sexist stereotypes. Here’s why and what we can do about it.
Amid this year’s racial protests, a group called attention to social injustice by walking Harriet Tubman’s freedom journey. Here’s how they did it.
Roughly 10 million people who said they cared about the environment didn’t vote in 2016. Jane Fonda and her 4,000 volunteers are having none of that this year.
Any mother would ache for her daughter’s infertility struggle. But not just any mother would volunteer to carry a baby for her. Here’s a remarkable story of love, science, and sacrifice.
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.
Who knew that your libido could be related to your education level? That’s one of the findings in a new survey of midlife women. Read on for more.