Have you noticed how some stars are flaunting it on their birthdays? We applaud their boldness, but we like something else even better.
Bats and vampires have long been connected, but in a strange reversal, we humans may someday soon use bat blood to live longer and healthier.
The news about brain health as we age is usually dire and depressing. So who couldn’t use some good news about how we function better over time? We’re happy to oblige.
Lucille Times courageously stood up to racism and segregation in the 50s and inspired Rosa Parks’s action and a whole movement. She died last week at age 100.
“Getting an earful” takes on a whole new meaning. Many women our age are making a statement about aging through multiple ear piercings.
In an astonishing reinvention, Gwen Carr went from mild-mannered subway conductor to the symbol of a movement after her son’s death by police.
What hope do we have if a supermodel in her 50s can’t get a man through dating apps? Actually…one of her fans might have found her perfect mate.
This week we saw a reckoning for Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York and Prince Andrew, the Duke of York. To all powerful men behaving badly: Karma’s a bitch.
We remember Markie Post fondly from the sitcom “Night Court,” and hate to hear that we lost her to cancer this week at the age of 70.
It’s very likely that more women our age are having sex—great sex, frequent sex, with and without a partner—than anyone ever imagined. Here’s why we think that.