Health & Wellness
Written by Linda Tarr-Whelan Tuesday, February 05 2013
Linda Tarr-Whelan, former U.S. Representative to the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women, is trying to wrap her mind around her new identity as a retiree. She shares what she’s learned and what she wished she had learned during her distinguished career on the global stage.
Written by Sue Wasserman Tuesday, November 13 2012
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Ellen Goodman wondered how much easier life might have been if she and her mother had talked about her wishes before her mother became ill. How much easier it would have been to have the conversation around a kitchen table rather than a hospital bed? This question led her to launch the Conversation Project.
Written by Lauren Lerner Tuesday, August 07 2012
Dr. Jordan D. Metzl is a 29-time marathon runner, a 9-time Ironman triathlete and author of “The Athlete’s Book of Home Remedies.” With clients from Olympic athletes to the Radio City Rockettes, this nationally recognized sports medicine doc shares his best strategies for keeping working women strong.
Written by Loren Solomon Tuesday, August 07 2012
Ever heard of an AMH test? Loren Solomon, who was heartbroken at 42 when she learned that she couldn’t have her own biological children, is on a mission to make sure you know about this simple blood test that can tell a woman how long she has to get pregnant. With this kind of info, Solomon says, a woman can plan her family like she does her career.
Written by Sue Wasserman Tuesday, July 17 2012
After a fast-paced, demanding career in PR, Sue Wasserman recognized the need to recharge. She packed her camera and headed for the tall trees and cool breeze of N.C. “What works for me on a trail in the mountains may not be right for a lot of people. Some friends prefer a lounge chair on a sandy beach.” What works for you?