At what age are we happiest and unhappiest?

Amy Cuevas Schroeder on happiness

Studies of people around the world show which ages we tend to be happiest and saddest.

The menopausal vagina: everything you need to know but were too afraid to ask

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The menopausal vagina can often experience dryness and pain. Sally Duffin explains vulval and vaginal anatomy, natural and medical interventions, and how to break the stigma and have the vaginal health conversation.

Want group coaching? Meet Badass Rebellion, the new movement for women in middle age

These mom-psychologists created a refreshing approach to coaching — designed specifically for women in midlife to find joy, community, and adventure.

10 years of sobriety later, I want to share my story with the rising number of women alcoholics

After decades of active alcoholism and 10 years of sobriety, I want to help other women who drink, and may worry about just how much.

Burned out from the grown-up grind? Try kidulting.

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Amid the stresses and emotional labor of midlife for women, kidulting encourages play, mindfulness, and overcoming burnout.

Pregnant over 40: owning fear, embracing uncertainty, and the confidence of 39-year-old ovaries

In her latest Pregnant Over 40 column, Bonnie Ho shares her two IVF cycles so far, facing fear, and the beauty of uncertainty.

3 ways to navigate life with endometriosis

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Living with endometriosis? Learn three ways to navigate life with this condition that affects 200 million people worldwide.

Managing midlife anxiety

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Stress, thyroid, contraceptives, dieting: what causes midlife anxiety and how nutrition, herbs and lifestyle changes can help.

Low energy, weight gain, irregular periods — could it be perimenopause or thyroid problems?

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One in eight people have a thyroid problem and just about all women go through perimenopause — here’s how to tell the difference.

Natural Nutrition for Perimenopause: What to eat to feel good and stay sane

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What should you eat in perimenopause to feel good and stay sane? Read this free excerpt of Sally Duffin’s book, “Natural Nutrition for Perimenopause,” for expert advice.

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