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How to Ditch Dieting for Good

If you're tired of dieting, it's time to try intuitive eating, a common-sense approach to eating that encourages you to trust your own inner cues.

Nutrition & Movement

Eating Disorders in Midlife

You may think only young women struggle with eating disorders, but the fluctuating hormones and stresses of midlife also put women at risk for eating disorders.


Menopause & Aging Well

Are Breast Implants Safe?

The FDA reports an increase in the number of cancer cases linked to breast implants, but some experts still say the implants are generally safe, despite the rise in breast implant-associated anaplastic large-cell lymphoma.


Lifestyle

Menopause and Eating Disorders

Women are more vulnerable to eating disorders during periods of reproductive hormone change, so when estrogen falls during menopause, eating disorders rise.

Menopause & Aging Well

Quit Squeezing Your Butt

Continually squeezing your butt muscles isn't good for your back. It's better to use all your core muscles properly, advises a chiropractor and movement specialist.

Your Body

Is Social Media Bad for Your Self-Esteem?

Women are less likely to be happy with their bodies if they spend more than an hour a day on social media, the findings showed.

Lifestyle

Social Media Friends Can Bruise Your Body Image

Seeing too many social media posts from friends about their fitness activity can harm your body image, a new study contends.

Lifestyle

Women More Likely to Remember Plus-Size Models

It pays to use more realistic body types.

Lifestyle

That Store Mannequin May Be Anorexic

In the static but stylish world of store mannequins, the female versions may be sending a message that eating disorders are OK, a new study suggests.

Lifestyle

How to Win at the Losing Game

Losing weight isn't hard. Keeping it off is. Maintaining weight loss involves lifestyle changes, a sustainable diet and regular exercise.

Menopause & Aging Well

Can You Avoid Cellulite?

Many women hate their lumpy, bumpy cellulite, but is there anything women can do to avoid it?

Your Health

Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too

Women aren't the only ones at risk of worrying about their looks: A new study finds many men also fret about their physique, especially gay men.

Menopause & Aging Well

A New Way to Get Rid of Unwanted Fat

A new nonsurgical procedure called SculpSure offers another way to remove stubborn fat from specific spots on your body.

Menopause & Aging Well

A Special Video Summit for Post-50 Women

Andrea Pflaumer's video summit, titled "Vital, Vivacious and Visible After 50," features experts on style, beauty, health and wellness and more.

Menopause & Aging Well