Why Talking About Menopause Has Been Taboo for Too Long

A conversation with Dr. Mary Jane Minkin on her role in the groundbreaking podcast series, "menopause:unmuted," and her hopes for more women to speak out about menopause

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Sleep Apnea Is More Common Than You Think — and More Serious

Don't dismiss poor sleep as a normal part of aging. It could be sleep apnea, a disorder with serious health consequences.

Your Health

It’s Long Past Time to Invest in Women’s Health

A new report shows a huge return on investment — and better quality of life — for every dollar spent on women's health research

Your Care

Violent Colorado Arrest Puts Spotlight on How Police Treat Disabled People

Police often lack the skills to interact with people with mental and physical disabilities

Policy

Middle-Aged Americans in US Are Stressed and Struggle With Physical and Mental Health – Other Nations Do Better

Today's middle-aged adults report more daily stress and poorer physical health and psychological well-being, compared to middle-aged adults during the 1990s

Self-Care & Mental Health

Yes, There Is Sex After Menopause

The big change doesn't have to mean the end of your sex life

Menopause & Aging Well

Keep Your Brain Healthy at Every Age

It's not just about memory games and puzzles. Diet, exercise and social connections also play a big part in brain health.

Your Health

What You Need to Know About Urinary Incontinence

Urinary leakage affects 1 in 4 women and is treatable at any age

Urologic Conditions & Diseases

At What Age Are People Usually Happiest? New Research Offers Surprising Clues

In an ongoing study, most of those interviewed seemed to recognize that they were happier in their 30s than they were in their 20s — but there are caveats

Science and Technology

Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others

Chronic excessive levels of sedentary time have been linked to greater risk of diabetes, heart disease, mortality and even some cancers

Your Wellness

Important Questions to Ask About Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey shares what to ask your healthcare provider if you think you're developing dementia or notice signs in a loved one

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The Personal and Financial Toll Alzheimer’s Takes on Women of Color

The costs of caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's disease are high — and for women of color, they're even higher

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Alzheimer’s Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Know the risks and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease

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