A new study finds adult-onset food allergies to be more prevalent than expected—and women may be more than twice as susceptible as men.
Because we want to take responsibility for our health… but we still want to have fun.
Did you stop buying tampons at 45? 55? Later? Louise Kramer takes a look at the age range of menopause—and whether it makes a difference.
Those delectably crunchy, crispy fried foods are literally almost murder on midlife women.
Premarin, progesterone, bioidenticals, synthetics—is your head swimming yet? For all of us who’ve felt at a loss to make this important health move, Densie Webb, PhD, provides one heck of a guide.
And more importantly … how do we cope with them?
Can anything help those of us who stare at the ceiling most of the night? Deanna Kizis test-drives solutions and reports on how she finally got some ZZZs.
A new study hints that what we eat and how much we move can counter age-related cognitive decline.
Everyone loves some quality tub time—and now we can feel good about indulging in this simple luxury more often.
Is there an age at which we become “officially” old? Some researchers went out to find the answer.
Yesss! The Supreme Court upholds women’s rights to health services.
We’ve been religiously taking them to ward off cancer and heart disease, but a new study says that all might be “magical thinking.”
It’s easy to reduce your chance of premature death by up to 30 percent. Here’s how.
When your body speaks, you gotta listen.
Jamie Lee Curtis recently opened up about her battle with pain-pill addiction. Here, Nina Malkin investigates why these drugs are so dangerous—especially for women at midlife.
One woman’s plea for attention, understanding and help, plain and simple, for those ravaged by a friend or family member’s substance issues. By Curlin Reed Sullivan.
The new film ‘What They Had’ and others help us confront dementia and the toll it takes.
That dreaded doctor visit is not fun—but reading this prep manual by award-winning humorist Mary Kay Jordan Fleming is.
These three states may lure folks who don’t want to spend their golden years shoveling snow—but in terms of female friendliness, they seriously suck.
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.