No matter what your age, no matter what your stage—don't accept sexual problems as your new, unalterable reality.
Patients need to feel comfortable talking to doctors about this important aspect of their personal health—and doctors need to encourage the talk.
Good relationships don’t just protect our bodies but also our brains. The people most satisfied in their relationships at age 50 are the healthiest at age 80.
Keep your family engagements limited and don't overspend on shopping.
A psychotherapist shares tips for how to bring the joy back to holiday gatherings.
It's true: Married people live longer than those who are divorced, widowed or never married.
For women at midlife, commitment to a healthy lifestyle is an essential component of physical, sexual and mental well-being.
Midlife and menopause will conjure plenty of mood swings and emotional turmoil. Sometimes an expert therapist is your best course of action.
Long-lingering grudges weighing you down? It may be time for a candid but kind self-evaluation—and a bit of forgiveness.
The old adage is just as true now as ever: Sex really is the spice of life.
Someone develops dementia every three minutes, but too many face it alone and feel socially isolated.
Wedded bliss engenders a healthier lifestyle and social stimulation, both of which may benefit brain health.