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C. M. Rubin


The Global Search for Education: Women - Part 3

C. M. Rubin | June 20, 2013 | Impact
How is technology helping women's plight? What effective steps have been taken to educate girls and boys on the AIDS issue? What can private firms and corporations do to promote women's equality in the workplace and in society?
Cathryn Woodruff

What I've Decided Is No Longer Worth the Anxiety

Cathryn Woodruff | June 19, 2013 | Healthy Living
I pledge to de-stress my life, even if it's a handful of minor things that clutter my mind and leave me feeling weighed down.
Melinda Gates


Three Deadly Diseases, One Common Cause

Melinda Gates | June 19, 2013 | Impact
When Germany and other wealthy nations came together to create the Global Fund a decade ago, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria were leading causes of death in developing countries. But world leaders recognized that they could make dramatic gains against these three diseases.
Dr. Ferrukh Faruqui


When it Comes to 'Female Viagra' Lybrido, Don't Believe the Hype

Dr. Ferrukh Faruqui | June 19, 2013 | Canada Living
Women, take a deep breath. Sexual nirvana, the latest elixir in a bottle, has arrived. Enter Lybrido. The makers of Lybrido, ironically called Emotional Brain, are cynically cashing in on our insecurities as women. Lybrido might help but make no mistake -- another pill to pop does not replace the old-fashioned virtues of respect, love and affection, all of which were contained in the erstwhile activity called courtship.
Rebecca Hughes Parker


Wallace and Bolduan: Two Career Arcs on Display at CNN

Rebecca Hughes Parker | June 19, 2013 | Women
Can a woman who seemed to have significantly downshifted her career while her children were young create a new space for herself? Will CNN work with her to take full advantage of her capacities?
Robin Amos Kahn


Leaning Our Own Way

Robin Amos Kahn | June 19, 2013 | Women
We do not all want seven-figure salaries with bonuses if it means our life becomes a 60+ hour work week, insane amounts of stress, no pleasure and the idea that we have to know the football scores if we are going to sit in a room full of men.
Francine LeFrak


The Case for Redefining Success

Francine LeFrak | June 21, 2013 | Women
You can touch someone's life by empowering them, and in turn, you are actually empowering yourself. There couldn't be a more perfect way to define well-being.


10 Free Things You Can Get at Airports

SmarterTravel | June 19, 2013 | Travel
Airports have some pretty amazing amenities nowadays, like golf courses and full-service spas. But for cash-strapped travelers, some of the very best airport perks are the ones you can get for the price of showing up. Here's a rundown of not-so-obvious airport extras, offered at no charge.
Hadley Heath


Women Want Equality, Not Parity

Hadley Heath | June 19, 2013 | Women
It's limited resources, not gender, that typically holds us back from getting what we want, whether it's a corner office in the C-Suite, an additional shift at Wendy's or an extra week of vacation each summer.
Susan Campos


5 Reasons to Get Along With Your Ex

Susan Campos | June 19, 2013 | Divorce
Last week, my ex-husband and his wife took residence in a shiny new split-level some 15 short steps from the Los Angeles home I share with my teen-aged son. When I informed my friends and family they thought we were crazy. But isn't it better to make an ex an ally rather than an enemy?
BJ Gallagher


Mom's Mind May Be Gone, But Her Heart Still Wants What Her Heart Wants

BJ Gallagher | June 19, 2013 | Healthy Living
Hanging in her bathroom was a navy blue vinyl windbreaker, size 2XL, which Mom had "borrowed" from my stepdad years ago. Every morning and every afternoon the two of them would walk around the block, holding hands to steady themselves, wearing their identical navy windbreakers.
Huff TV


Mika Brzezinski, Susie Essman Talk Third Metric In Bed (VIDEO)

Huff TV | June 19, 2013 | Women
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Farai Chideya


Ode to the Black Tiger Mother

Farai Chideya | June 19, 2013 | Black Voices
How do you retain a sense of dignity when people treat you as a second class citizen? Do you laugh it off, walk it off, or fight? When do you make that decision, and why? This may substitute for violin lessons in the regular Tiger Mom curriculum.
Sandy Abrams


Mompreneurs: Launching Small Biz With $500 and a Baby on the Way

Sandy Abrams | June 19, 2013 | Small Business
Entrepreneurs are known to be risk takers, but in Kendra Scott's case, there seemed to be more risk in not starting her business after her husband was out of work while she was pregnant.
Jamie Kramer


Finding Synergy Between Work and Life

Jamie Kramer | June 19, 2013 | Women
We often are told that work and life should be separate and therefore balanced, like two objects on a scale. Over the years, however, I have discovered that greater fulfillment comes from finding ways to integrate these two important parts of my life, rather than thinking of them in isolation.
Natalia Brzezinski

Looking at the World With Feminist Glasses On: Interview With Sweden's Minister for Gender Equality

Natalia Brzezinski | June 19, 2013 | Politics
Our hour-long conversation ranged from how to effectively empower women to reach for the C-suite to education to positive role models and examples of best practices that the United States and Sweden can share.
Jamie Lauren Zimmerman


10 Ways to Truly Embody Success

Jamie Lauren Zimmerman | June 19, 2013 | Women
What if our definition of success included not only achievement, but also happiness, well-being and our contribution to society?
Henriette Lazaridis Power


Finding a Title, With a Daughter's Help

Henriette Lazaridis Power | June 19, 2013 | Books
Children don't get to choose their parents, much less name them. But when it came time for me to find the right title for my novel about a daughter and her mother, my daughter was the person I turned to. She couldn't name me, but she did name my book.
Sharyn Bires


Still Single? The 7 People to Blame

Sharyn Bires | June 19, 2013 | Women
While you're saving yourself for your crush, he's out there living his life -- and you're wasting your time.
Gregory Beyer


'Thou Common Whore of Mankind,' and Other Shakespeare Lines About our Messed-Up Relationship with Money

Gregory Beyer | June 19, 2013 | Books
In addition to his timeless observations on love and death and empire and pretty much every other aspect of the human experience, Shakespeare devoted quite a bit of ink to money and how it affects us.
Rep. Steve Israel


A True Shonda: Princesses: Long Island

Rep. Steve Israel | June 19, 2013 | New York
I'm proud to represent an area of Long Island that has been the location for many famous movies and TV shows. Shamefully, it's also now the location for a show whose characters are disgraceful, misleading, and fuel anti-Semitic stereotypes: Princesses: Long Island.
Martha Burk


Boehner's Half Right on Women, and the Polls Prove It

Martha Burk | June 19, 2013 | Politics
House Speaker John Boehner told reporters the GOP's abortion ban that passed the House 228-196 on Tuesday won't change the party's relationship with women. He's half right. It won't change the party's relationship with women, because women already hate the GOP.
Jaimie Etkin


'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: Muddy Manolos, Pretty Birds And Karate Kisses

Jaimie Etkin | June 19, 2013 | TV
A prepares a lovely meal of rice, string beans and a bird. But worry not -- Tippi is alive and well, feeding on the piece of poultry A's feeding her. Cannibalism. This is a new level.