The cosmetic industry has historically served white women, leaving women of color with less options and more reasons to feel othered. Now, inspiring Black women are trying to change that narrative for generations to come.
Putting your eggs on ice could keep your future family planning options open. But it also could be emotionally, physically, and literally costly. Here's what you need to know.
When Jenni set out to freeze her eggs, she discovered that the quantity and quality of them was far less than she expected for her age.
You know what birth control is and does. But you might not know what options are out there to help you plan for your future — whether that involves kids or not.
For those TTC: Here's a breakdown of fertility methods that could help you get pregnant.
Abby never expected to have problems getting pregnant. Watch to see her journey, plus her message to other women struggling with fertility issues.
You and your wallet are making a commitment.
PCOS affects about 1 in 10 women. Here's Sasha Pieterse's story to getting properly diagnosed.
The coronavirus is affecting basically everything. Including infertility treatments.
It involves a lot more than just having your period roughly once a month.
Stressing. Everybody’s doing it, but not everybody’s dealing with it. We've got tips to identify and accept your stress so that you can make it work for you, instead of the other way around.
It's hard to unpack the stigma surrounding mental health. That's where we come in.
A little stress can go a long way towards getting sh*t done. But a lot of stress can go a long way towards giving you health issues.
We took a look at common mental health problems and disorders and what they do.
Stressed about your stress? Deep breaths. Here are some fresh ways to tame the beast.
Whitney was working for a mental health organization while secretly dealing with her own mental health issues. Watch to see how she found a therapist, navigated medication options, and took control of her diagnosis.
Anxiety isn’t “just in your head.” Like taking your temperature, we all need to check in to make sure we’re feeling mentally well, not just physically well.
Whether you have heightened anxiety or are experiencing it for the first time, therapist Minaa B. can help you cope.
Even before COVID-19, around one-third of adults said they’ve suffered from sleep problems. Read up, then rest up.
This list has a weighted blanket, a delicious tea mix, lightweight pajamas, and more. Sweet dreams.
Weird dreams and a pit of uncertainty got you staring at the ceiling? We're here to help you get some shuteye.
Rest easy. Here's how to overhaul your bedtime routine to get quality sleep.
Since the outbreak, there are fewer in-person treatment options available. Enter: virtual therapy.
Open enrollment is here. Time to make a plan for choosing a health insurance plan.
There are lots of choices –– and terms –– when it comes to insurance coverage. We Skimm’d the big ones for you here.
Millions of Americans could lose their health insurance after becoming unemployed due to the pandemic. Here’s how to get covered.
The US is one of the only countries that doesn’t guarantee paid parental leave. We Skimm’d how this impacts you.
There’s a lot more to sex than... just sex.
Seasonal affective disorder has the most appropriate acronym ever: SAD. And this year, it has the potential to get even sadder. Here are some ways to spark joy.
The CDC says that 7.3% of all coronavirus cases reported to the organization as of August were among children. Meet Jill...Her newborn is part of that statistic. They both tested positive for the virus.
Liza tested positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation at 23. We spoke to her about her medical, financial, and emotional journey as she navigated her options.
The “Queer Eye” star explains what having migraine is like – and offers tips for those who have it.
Like a hiking day pack, a gardening kit, and a colorful pair of roller skates.
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Our guide breaks down what you need to know about the disease so that you can protect yourself now and later.
Time for a checkup check-in. Here's what doctor visits should be on your calendar every year.
Like a foot hammock and chair pillow to help with back aches, and a lamp that's easy on the eyes.
If you’ve got questions about emergency contraception, you’re not alone.
People of color face a disproportionate level of health risk compared to white people in the US. Here's why.
If your 9 to 5 has become your 9 to 7...or 8 or 9, check out our tips for setting boundaries and working smarter from home.
Whether you believe ‘you are what you eat’ or have muted all nutrition and wellness coaches on your IG, you have the right to know that not all foods are created equal.
Does looking at your iPhone stress you out? Relax. Here's how to clean up your home screen.
Are you there, pod? It’s me, choices. Here are some of our faves for learning something new.
Retweet if you spent most of 2020 refreshing your social media feeds. This might not be the healthiest move.
You might think of it as putting your head in the clouds, but it’s known to heighten attention and focus.
"The...really important thing we did for one another was...help each other to feel less alone."
"I'm a big fan of faking it till you make it."
The co-founder of Suja Juice and creator of Lawless Beauty isn't afraid to break into a new field.
The Susan G Komen Foundation founder recommends starting with the end in mind.
Stress motivated the founder and CEO of Love Wellness to make a change.
The Huffington Post founder told us how she took a step back after working 18-hour days and from there created Thrive Global.
The SoulCycle CEO talks about taking over the SoulCycle community and having a millennial mentor.
The Founder and Executive Chairman of ClassPass talks about how the brand failed before it evolved.
"The beginning was really hard. I decided to go into therapy at that point because it was really intense."