"Sharing my experience with incarceration earlier this month at the 2020 MAKERS Conference was powerful." writes Kamilah Newton, "but nothing warms my heart more than to know that my message was received. Here are 5 takeaways."
NBC New's Hallie Johnson is being praised after moderating the Democratic debate while 8-and-a-half months pregnant.
WNBA commissioner, Cathy Engelbert, reflects on the advocate that Kobe Bryant was for women's sports, and how the last photo of him and daughter Gianna proves it.
Natalie Portman makes a powerful statement about female directors who weren't nominated at the Oscars 2020.
Birth rates in the U.S. have dropped by more than half since the post-World War II baby boom and are at a record low, according to the CDC.
Staci Tanouye, MD, got over 10 million views on a TikTok about safe sex. Now, she's determined to use the social media app to educate young people on women's health.
It’s no surprise that heavy drinking comes with health consequences, but women in particular are more prone to serious complications from alcohol.
Michelle Williams was met with praise and thanks after giving a powerful speech at the Golden Globes about women's rights.
The month in which you’re born may influence your future heart disease risk, according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal.
A new study from the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has found that bisexual women of color are more often exposed to e-cigarette ads, which may be connected to the tobacco industry's "longstanding targeted marketing at vulnerable communities."
A new study finds that oral contraceptives appear to change an important part of the brain, but experts say the results aren't "game-changing."
In response to rapper T.I.'s controversial admission about his daughter's "virginity tests," New York lawmakers introduce the first U.S. legislation to ban the practice.
Kylie Jenner sold a majority stake of her business to beauty conglomerate Coty. It's a hint of an industry that's pivoting toward celebrity branding and social media marketing.
An art series is featuring trailblazing women such as Beyoncé, Michelle Obama and Serena Williams, all depicted as superheroes.
Mom Amanda Locklear was told to use a supply closet when she need to pump breast milk while on jury duty. She is speaking out and shedding light on a problem that many breastfeeding moms across the U.S. are facing.
The Better Business Bureau is alerting consumers to “be critical” of mail congratulating them on pregnancies and providing various gift cards from a woman named "Jenny B."
“I think it's a remarkably progressive, inclusive and savvy thing to do for what is surely a relatively small, trans masculine segment of their consumer base,” says one transgender activist. Others disagree.
Four high school soccer players received a yellow card at their game on Friday for removing their jerseys to display a shirt underneath that read "#EQUALPAY."
Alicia Keys spoke candidly to Jada Pinkett Smith, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, and Willow Smith about her own issues surrounding self-worth.
Pregnant women who are ready to go into labor are eating this Minneapolis restaurant's spicy burger called "the Labor Inducer." But could eating such foods actually induce labor?
A Louisville, Kentucky, reporter is speaking out after a man attempted to kiss her while she was reporting live on-air. "I hope he hears me," she said. "I hope we can all grow from this."
With the 2019 class of probationary firefighters including 16 women, the FDNY now has more than 100 women in its ranks for the first time ever.