Study: High-Heel Related Injuries On The Rise Among Young WomenA study suggests high-heel-related injuries have nearly doubled in recent years.
Harvard Study Claims Daughters Of Working Moms Earn More And Are More Likely To Be BossesLeaving your child to go to work is actually better for them, according to researchers from Harvard Business School.
Most Women Routinely Visit A Doctor For Annual Checkups, But What About Men?Men over 50 should see a physician to get recommended screenings, according to Dr. Bernard King.
Study Finds Almost 20 Percent Of Female College Freshmen Victims Of Attempted RapeThe study, published in The Journal of Adolescent Health, found that almost 20 percent of female students had experienced an incident of forcible attempted rape before even entering college.
Research Suggests Some Women Have "Cheating Gene"The gene in question is called the vasopressin receptor gene.
Pa. Shop Offers Discount -- But Only To Women!Women get a 24 percent discount on everything; men, however, pay full price.
Study: Facebook 'Stalking' Could Be Behind Your Poor Body Image Forget glossy fashion mags; Facebook is the new source of your body woes.
Awards Ceremony In Philadelphia Honors Females Making A Difference In Technology And Other FieldsAmong the 13 categories, there are trophies for educator of the year and best product.
Report: There's One Local City Where Women Out-earn MenTo compile its list, NerdWallet.com says it used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey in 2005 and 2013.
Study: Men Don't Find Heroic Women AttractiveWhile women found men performing heroic acts in combat quite attractive, men found female heroes less attractive than their less heroic and more stereotypically “feminine” counterparts.
Drexel University Partners With TechGirlz To Launch New Game Design Program For WomenWhile the class may look like your average computer class, the girls participating are actually testing a game design curriculum for schools and students nationwide.
Philadelphia Jobs Report: Women Still Have A Way To Go For Pay EqualityWomen earn just 76.5 percent of what men earn based of median annual salaries for full time workers.