A negative self-image is common during menopause. Get tips for promoting peace between your mind and body during this complex life transition.
Middle-age spread, caused by visceral fat in your abdomen, can seem inevitable, but there are ways to fight it.
If being naked in front of people is your worst nightmare, check out these tips on how to love your naked body.
You may think only young women struggle with eating disorders, but the fluctuating hormones and stresses of midlife also put women at risk for eating disorders.
Continually squeezing your butt muscles isn't good for your back. It's better to use all your core muscles properly, advises a chiropractor and movement specialist.
It pays to use more realistic body types.
Many women hate their lumpy, bumpy cellulite, but is there anything women can do to avoid it?
The FDA reports an increase in the number of cancer cases linked to breast implants, but some experts still say the implants are generally safe, despite the rise in breast implant-associated anaplastic large-cell lymphoma.
Women are less likely to be happy with their bodies if they spend more than an hour a day on social media, the findings showed.
In the static but stylish world of store mannequins, the female versions may be sending a message that eating disorders are OK, a new study suggests.
It's very common for a woman to have uneven breasts, also called asymmetrical breasts. Find out what causes these breast asymmetries.
Women are more vulnerable to eating disorders during periods of reproductive hormone change, so when estrogen falls during menopause, eating disorders rise.
Seeing too many social media posts from friends about their fitness activity can harm your body image, a new study contends.
Losing weight isn't hard. Keeping it off is. Maintaining weight loss involves lifestyle changes, a sustainable diet and regular exercise.
Some common medications, including antihistamines, beta-blockers, antidepressants, corticosteroids and diabetes drugs, may cause weight gain.