Hot flashes are bad enough on their own, but couple them with soaring temps and Mary Kay Fleming is ready to make a home in the frozen food section of the grocery store.
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.
After surviving a breast cancer death sentence, Ricki Fairley has devoted her life to fighting the disease. Now she is launching an organization to specifically address the horrendous odds Black women face.
After getting through months of lockdown in New York, Michele Willens flew to her hometown of Los Angeles, yearning for her family and simpler life there. Answer our poll: Are you taking any travel risks?
In the final session of our Embrace the Change series, sponsored by Nutrafol, we got a clear message on how to conquer weight gain, bone loss, insomnia, and fatigue.
With the twitching, night sweats, and the snoring, Marcia Kester Doyle and her husband dreaded going to bed together until they realized that catching ZZZs in close proximity wasn’t the only path to intimacy.
Menopause is an emotional time, full of stress and mood swings. But maybe this period in our lives is preparing us for something bigger. We explore this idea in part two of our series, sponsored by Nutrafol, on thriving through menopause.
The stress of her (well-paid) job and city living no longer suited this menopausal woman, so she picked up her life and took it to a small mountain town in New Mexico. Can you say, Ahhhh?
Patricia Greenberg-Grunfeld was so worried about her husband’s coronavirus illness, she didn’t notice she was sick too. How one couple got through the worst fear of their lives and re-ordered their priorities on the other side.
While much is out of our control, one thing we still very much can decide for ourselves is what we eat and drink. Here a few foods that can provide a feel-good boost.