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In which I take inventory of personal progress after a no good very bad day.
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What do prairie voles, Taylor Swift, cortisol, trauma, and seeking out awe have in common? Quite a lot, as it turns out.
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If millions of unemployed older women are not getting hired, and no one hears or talks or writes about them, do they make a sound?
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It’s safe, it’s simple, it works, and it’s been around since the 1970s. So why aren’t we screaming about this?
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In a car repair shop in Red Hook, Brooklyn, misogyny and racism, untethered and emboldened
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You're a middle-aged woman. Professionally, you’re at the top of your game. So...why are you being put on a PIP and getting fired?
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In case you still had any doubts, here's the pull quote: "Hormone therapy remains the most effective treatment for vasomotor symptoms (VMS) and the…
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After Covid ravaged my hearing, Dr. Babak Sadoughi came to the rescue with his scalpel.
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The first part of a three part series examining how rising ageism, the only form of discrimination that we, as a society, still tolerate, leads to real…
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A solo stroll back and forth to a friend's dinner, during the week of Roe's dismantling.
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How an Ikea staple, originally designed in 1976, can save your weary, work-from-home back. And no, Ikea is not paying me to say this.
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