Women get a 24 percent discount on everything; men, however, pay full price.
Forget glossy fashion mags; Facebook is the new source of your body woes.
Among the 13 categories, there are trophies for educator of the year and best product.
To compile its list, NerdWallet.com says it used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey in 2005 and 2013.
While 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.
While the class may look like your average computer class, the girls participating are actually testing a game design curriculum for schools and students nationwide.
Women earn just 76.5 percent of what men earn based of median annual salaries for full time workers.
The research found that frequent internet and social media use does not raise stress levels for either sex. What’s more, women who use social media or email for picture sharing were actually less stressed than their tech-eschewing counterparts.
The flu season is ramping up and many are predicting it’s going to be a rough one, partially because the flu vaccine is less effective this year. And new research says it could be especially bad for men. It says men actually get sicker than women and suffer more.
Philadelphia Police and the University of Pennsylvania Campus Police are investigating cases of violent attacks against women that were reported within days of each other.
Pennsylvania says it’s committed to recruiting women into the state police force and accuses the federal government of “hectoring” it over the physical fitness tests administered to trooper candidates.
Cue the misogynistic jokes: A new study claims men really might be better than women with directions.
Police are looking for at least one man after two robberies in the area of a Chester County strip mall.
Stress may really be going to your head. Younger women are suffering from hair loss because of stress.
We hear a lot about how women don’t always get the same opportunities as men to advance professionally. They call it the glass ceiling. But it’s not just men in the way, researchers say. Sometimes it’s women.