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A powerful story about dealing with chronic illness in a genderfluid world.
How do people describe themselves on online dating sites? And which qualities are they seeking in a potential partner? Here’s what the latest research shows.
Emerging research is providing some surprising insights about how women age 50 and up feel about sex, dating, and long-term relationships.
Dating websites are a popular way for people 50 and up to find romantic partners, but that doesn’t mean the old-fashioned ways of finding love no longer work.
The most common targets for online dating scams are women over 40 who are divorced, widowed, or disabled. Here’s how to protect yourself.
When someone is flirting with you and you don’t recognize it, he or she may assume you are not interested—even though that may not be the case.
While there are various ways you might cross paths with a love from long ago, living in today’s digital world increases the likelihood of that happening.
While sex before a heart condition might have been easy, things change after any coronary diagnosis or event. Here’s what you need to know.
Married people appear to enjoy better physical and mental health. But there’s a catch.
Most people with stable coronary heart disease can enjoy a healthy sex life. And if you’re unsatisfied with yours, there are ways to address the problem.