After two years of research, the line is finally ready and women of color can rejoice. READ MORE »
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Technology has made everything more accessible — now including abortion meds. READ MORE »
We’ve been fooled, women. READ MORE »
On today’s edition of Infuriatingly Deceitful Labels Anti-Choice Lawmakers Use To Disguise Their Stonewalling Access To Healthcare As Being Beneficial To Women™…. READ MORE »
Wait, it gets more depressing. READ MORE »
There are two things wrong with my face. One, my right eye is bigger than my left. Two, I’m constantly dealing with scars from the cystic acne that I can’t ward off with an army of lotions, potions, and crystals. The age-old question — how to get rid of acne? — is one I’ve been asking in front of… READ MORE »
Usually middle school kids are super self-conscious of every pimple and pound. But one eighth grade girl isn’t just loving her body – she’s teaching us all how to love ours too.
When asked to calculate her BMI in class, the girl instead wrote an impromptu essay about why BMI is an outdated,… READ MORE »
There’s been quite a bit of research in recent years about the association between sedentary behavior (which includes time sitting, watching television, or using a computer) with serious health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and some cancers, according to the American College of Sports Medicine.
Now, a new study has found… READ MORE »
We’re not talking about queefing, just by the way. READ MORE »
LGBTQ+ sex therapist Rena McDaniel helps us understand what sexual issues are most prominent in the queer community. READ MORE »
Couples will sometimes fight over who sleeps in more. And according to a study, it turns out your wife should be the one sleeping in, not you. The study examined 210 middle aged men and women, and found that women suffered greater health issues from lack of sleep than men. Read more on YourTango.com… … READ MORE »
Last week, former model Cheryl Tiegs told E! News she disapproves of Sports Illustrated’s recent cover. For its annual Swimsuit edition, the publication featured “rookie” model, Ashley Graham. As a former model for Sports Illustrated, Tiegs calls her a “beautiful face,” but “not healthy in the long run.”
Primarily, Tiegs follows Dr. Oz’s… READ MORE »