The latest national statistics show 14 percent of Americans are uninsured. Assuming half of them are women, that's approximately 21 million females who might not have affordable access to routine checkups or birth control. Healthcare is certainly an unorthodox gift choice, but what would a wife, mother or sister enjoy more: a new sweater or the ability to catch a disease in its early stages?
The December holidays are a time of romance and sex, right? Whimsical jewelry commercials, love-themed Christmas songs and invitations on pretty paper to parties for "you and a guest" all add up to a magical time of year… except if you're single. This time of year can feel bewildering and lonely for women who are just out of a relationship or single and looking. Fortunately there are ways to tweak the holiday traditions so they're fun for single gals, too!
Holidays after a divorce can be a trying time for anyone, especially when there are kids involved. That's as true for celebs as anyone else which is why Reese Witherspoon shared some tips with People about how she and her ex, Ryan Phillipe, share custody of their kids Ava and Deacon.
Ah, the holidays. Families gather; cold weather prevails; light dwindles; routines are rearranged, yet good cheer is generally expected. The time of year that can be a source of great pleasure can also bring a good amount of pressure. Love Buzz asked Rochester, NY-based psychiatrist, Dr. Alice Tariot, to help us understand holiday season stress and give us some tips on how to help ourselves and our partners effectively manage it.
What counts as adultery? For one woman in England the answer is virtual sex. The staff at Wowowow delves into the case of Amy Pollard who is leaving her husband of three years after discovering he was having an online affair in Second Life. The twist? Amy and her husband first met while playing Second Life, so we guess she knows a thing or two about how these online affairs can end up. The Frisky is getting ready for the holidays with this handy guide on how NOT to deal with his family. Good to know we aren't the only ones who have been dreading Thanksgiving this year.
If you (and your honey) think the gift-heavy holidays are safely behind you, think again. The celebration of Irish heritage and beer consumption, St. Patrick’s Day, happens Monday. If that's not enough of a reason to give: Easter, Passover, Arbor Day, Teacher’s Day and Nurse’s Day are all on the horizon, and, that undeniable gift-giving holiday, Mother’s Day, arrives in May.