Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women in the U.S. But we do have some reason for hope.
Social media's role in the thinspo movement is well documented, but some eating disorder specialists say it can help just as much as it hurts.
Joanna England learned to hula hoop in April of 2013, but months ago she took what was a workout fad and turned it into performance art.
Every time I see a silver-haired woman power walking down the street, I whisper a prayer: "Please let that be me when I'm her age."
The first woman in the U.S. to receive a medical degree, Dr. Blackwell devoted her life not only to caring for patients, but also to helping other women become doctors.
This story from Runner's World about Kim Stemple is incredible. Stemple, who was diagnosed with a rare degenerative disease in 2009, vowed to run the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon in honor of her husband, Jim. ...
A traumatic brain injury left me in a coma for eight weeks. The road to recovery was long and hard, but I fought my way back.
Many of the women we feature here are notable for feats of daring and strength, but courage sometimes takes a quieter form. Take Hayden Panettiere, for example. The Nashville and Heroes star recently sought ...
A young woman with an incurable brain tumor opted to have her head cryogenically frozen. Who are we to judge?