New research out of the United Kingdom’s Open University claims the happiest married couples are those without children.
Career Wardrobe’s store on Spring Garden Street, The Wardrobe Boutique, is full of fashion: clothes, accessories and bags, all donated to raise money for other women.
Men have been shown in previous studies to be better at learning and completing a single task at a time, meanwhile women have shown to better at memory and social cognition activities, making them better group problem solvers.
According to a new Australian study, women who are “casually employed” are much more likely to be childless by their mid-thirties than those with job security.
For many, pets are part of the family, but a new survey reveals some women actually love their pet more than their family – or at least more than their partner.
More men are now slaving away in the kitchen alongside women during Thanksgiving Day preparations.
New research out of UC Berkeley and Northwestern shows that it’s more important for wives than husbands to calm down and keep the peace following an argument.
The research essentially corroborates the belief that people tend to focus more on the breasts and figure of a woman when analyzing her appearance than they do on her face.
People who are recovering from addiction need help and support, but often that help is hard to find, especially for women. So, a Prospect Park woman started a place for them and she created it in the name of a friend who disappeared.
Whether you’ve been promoted or lost weight, don’t expect your partner to be truly happy for you – at least if you’re a woman.
Gender bias at work is a hot topic , but a new poll shows that most women don’t feel that it affects them in terms of raises and promotions.
Broadcasting from Lenny’s Diner in Clearwater, FL, Chris details and accident involving Charlie Manuel, the lack of women in managment positions and a plan to require gun purchasers to take an anger management class. He also talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
This March, celebrate Women’s History Month with events and activities honoring local women of the past, present and future.
Cherri Gregg spoke with a local leader of the modern day women’s movement about the past century’s progress toward women’s economic equality.
While it may not be romantic, a self-defense class is something to consider for any woman living in the city.