New research shows us who is most likely to feel the heat during menopause and why. The same issue is linked to a higher risk of heart disease.
There are ways to make sure that if you scream in bed, it’s for the right reasons. NextTribe’s guide to the wonderful world of lube and other tricks.
Was super-cyclist Barbara Gicquel unfairly treated because of her age, or did she use her age as an excuse to get out of a doping violation?
If you feel like the thrill is gone, listen to these three midlife women who got—yikes—a shot down there for better orgasms. Stephanie Booth finds out if it the O-Shot works.
For decades Kittie Weston-Knauer had been living in pain from osteoarthritis. In her 60s she finally got knee replacement surgery and now she is back to her active life, feeling whole and healthy. Her only regret is that she waited so long.
Hearing trouble feels like incontrovertible proof that we’re sliding to the far end of our calendars. But if we get our eyes checked, why not our ears? Here’s one couple’s story.
A new study has found an explanation for why some women have much worse menopause symptoms than others. It goes back decades, to the age of your first period.
Dr. Kate O’Keefe wanted to make a point that exercise makes aging easier, so she got 7 friends to take on something hard with her—swimming the 32-mile length of a New York lake.
Knowing that we’re not alone can lift us out of the general malaise many of us are feeling right now. That’s what makes Michelle Obama’s admission so powerful.
She put off a check-up in April, but when she started bleeding in May, Helen Epstein knew she had to act. Undergoing surgery in the midst of the pandemic made it scarier, but also offered perspective.