Summertime is here and it’s time to show off more skin. But many women don’t want to bare their legs because of unsightly and painful varicose veins.
For many people, balancing family life with work and everything else in between can get the best of you. But a new study found anxiety causes women’s brains to work harder than men’s when put in the same situations.
Working the night shift may be harmful to a woman’s health.
Is there somthing going on wuth women physically each time of the month that makes them seek out bad boys?
Of all the major metro areas in the U.S., the Twin Cities was just named one of the best for women’s well-being.
Have you pinned today? Pinterest lovers know what we’re talking about. The social sharing website is a hit, especially among women.
Minneapolis Police are asking for the public’s help to identify two women, who they believe have information that could help them solve a shooting.
Rachel Banham scored 20 points and made three 3-pointers, helping Minnesota take down No. 9 Ohio State 76-68 on Sunday.
More than 50 dogs, three cats and two women were found living in two trailers on a property west of Bemidji, according to police.
Who do you think are better drivers — men or women? A new study says that when the snow flies, some men get into trouble.
A group of women are hoping to bring change to the Roman Catholic Church by joining the priesthood.
There’s a group of women in the Twin Cities focused on changing the fashion world. To them, there’s no link between how old you are and what you can and can’t wear.
An FBI agent testifying in the trial of two Minnesota women accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia says authorities began investigating them in the summer of 2008.
One of two Minnesota women accused of funneling money to a terrorist group in Somalia allegedly told potential donors to ignore charities and focus on “the jihad” and helped finance local Somali men’s travel to their war-torn homeland to fight, prosecutors alleged in court filings.
So much has changed since the 1950s, yet so much stays the same. Despite more women working out of the home, and working more hours than in the past, when it comes to housework, women tend to do the majority of the chores. So, why hasn’t that changed?
An early skirmish for women’s votes in 2012 has broken out in the House — among women. A prominent Democrat fired the first shot by claiming that majority Republicans are waging a “war on women.” And now, Republican women are returning fire by raising their profiles, making clear what they stand for and, implicitly, who they are not: Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.
More than 17,000 people are expected to run Grandma’s Marathon this Saturday in Duluth.
Three Rochester women say they were fired as drivers for members of the Saudi Royal Family visiting the Mayo Clinic, because of Saudi Arabia’s ban on women driving.
A retail trend is catching on in the Twin Ports that’s not only getting women out to certain shops, but eager to buy.
Classic is always in style and works with a dose of the current season’s trends. Navy and charcoal grey are plentiful and pair with the safari, tribal and nautical looks of this spring’s collections.
Long before the game started, before Target Field gates even opened, Twins fan Shelley Neibaur was in the Twins Majestic Clubhouse Store shopping for new clothes.
Women occupy only about 14 percent of the seats on the boards of Minnesota’s 100 largest public companies.
For nearly a century, researchers have found that equal pay for equal work isn’t happening for men and women in the United States. So, why don’t women make as much as men?
Boycott Valentine’s Day?
The number of women elected to local government posts in Minnesota has leveled off at far less than even since reaching an all-time high in 2002.