Today’s Lady News: Wikipedia Is A Dickipedia

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 31, 2011
Less than 15 percent of users who edit Wikipedia's content are women, which means the encyclopedia's entries are likely presenting a gender-skewed version of the facts. Get online and start editing, ladies! [New York Times] One hundred mothers staged a "nurse-in" in a Montreal mall after a woman was kicked out of a… More »

Study: Women Who Are Ovulating Buy Sexier Clothing

By: AOL Health / January 31, 2011
Despite human evolution, our primal thoughts and instinctive behaviors are still -- though subconsciously -- with us. New research from the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management found that when women are ovulating, they unknowingly buy and dress in more sexy clothing in a survival of the fittest tactic to beat out other wome… More »

Shopping Guide: 10 Pairs Of Look-At-Me Hoop Earrings

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 31, 2011

Behold: The Bacteria Living Inside Your Belly Button

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 31, 2011
We all get a little lint stuck in your belly buttons every now and again, but have you ever wondered if there was anything, uh, growing inside of it? Scientists at 2011 Science Online Conference took samples from the belly buttons of volunteers and displayed the bacteria growing inside them in these petri dishes. Interested… More »

Style By Jury: What Do You Think Of Anne Hathaway’s Pattern-Mixing Marni Look?

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / January 31, 2011
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Women Are More Effective Politicians, Study Says

By: Jessica Wakeman / January 31, 2011
Women politicians bring home the bacon more to their district, not to mention sponsor, co-sponsor and get enacted more bills than their male counterparts, according to a forthcoming study in the American Journal of Political Science. Univeristy of Chicago professor Christopher Berry and Stanford doctoral candidate Sarah Anzia compared male and female politicians to discover… More »