Women's Empowerment

From handheld fans to cooling towels, doctors say these things will make travel easier.
"If this goes, what else can go? It makes everything feel precarious," said Debbie Walsh, of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University.
"I often have to face my 'new' body in conversation with colleagues, friends and my wider world of acquaintances."
Plus-size moms reveal the highs and lows of their breastfeeding journeys.
For some patients, getting a BBL isn't about keeping up with the latest trend. But, as others realized after their procedures, shelling out for a curvier silhouette can be complicated.
"With cancer, disease or dysfunction, there is no government intervention or regulation restricting care. ... No one claims cancer cells have a right to thrive."
This painful women's health condition is shrouded in silence and misconceptions.
The late-night host says GOP lawmakers might want to be more careful when it comes to privacy rights.
Like many great things in life, sex has a not-so-glamorous side. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are the uncomfortable (and sometimes painful and ugly) side effect of getting your freak on.