Sales of high-heeled shoes are dropping. Here’s a woman’s bittersweet story of saying goodbye to her stiletto-wearing days and hello to something better.
As she got older, Ginny McReynolds realized that working out alone wasn’t cutting it. Here she explains the difference a personal trainer makes.
The doctor said there was little to be done about her chronic knee pain, then Jeannie Ralston tried the one thing she never thought she would.
If there ever was a movie that more vigorously embodies the “Age Boldly” ethos, we’ve never seen it. Marcia G. Yerman tells us more about “Nyad.”
When she hit her mid-50s, Michelle Breyer became a serious snorer. Here she explains why snoring can get worse with age—and what to do about it.
We’re almost afraid to ask, but what’s hair color doing to our health? Diane MacEachern talks to the author of an important new book on the subject.
(Oh, and one that did!) Will I dry up? Will I sprout whiskers? Nina Malkin spells out all the worries…and separates the facts from the myths.
Who knew a mammogram could be so, uh, entertaining? Mary Kay Fleming, who has a special reason to get the most detailed technology possible.
With hopes of getting her 82-year-old mom to accept help, Natalie Serber took her for a cognitive test. The results were deflating–and surprising.
Scars are like organic body art, physical markers of lives lived. Here, five women tell us how they got their scars—and the surprising lessons they hold.