Why a Stimulus Package Matters to Women

As the next stimulus package sits in limbo, women have been suffering. Congress needs to act.

Policy

Choosing Health Insurance is So Complicated, 23% of Workers With Only Two Choices Picked the Worse One

New study finds that choice overload isn't the primary reason people have a hard time choosing the best health insurance plan

Access & Affordability

3 Ways to Get Your Point Across While Wearing a Mask – Tips From An Award-winning Speech Coach

Masks have disrupted social interactions, but we can learn to use new strategies for effective communication

Your Wellness

Shopping Online to Stay Safe During the Pandemic? Here Are 10 Tips For Avoiding Scams

If it looks too good to be true, it probably is — and other important rules to remember when shopping online.

Work & Money

Women Risk Losing Decades of Workplace Progress Due to Covid-19 – Here’s How Companies Can Prevent That

More than one in four women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely. If action isn't taken, a generation of women may never fully recover

Family & Caregiving

Retiring Early Can Be Bad For the Brain

New study finds that people who retire early can suffer from accelerated cognitive decline.

Menopause & Aging Well

COVID-19: The Cybersecurity Threats You Should Know About

Here’s what to watch for to avoid being scammed.

Work & Money

Americans Feel the Strain and Stress of Work

Tough schedules, hard physical labor, hazards, harassment and stress in the workplace are widespread among American workers, survey finds.

Self-Care & Mental Health

Prepping for Retirement in a Pensionless World

With life spans getting longer, here is what you need to know about tending to your health, second careers, relationships and other things you may not have considered.

Work & Money