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Older Women And The Pitfalls Of Looking For Love By Logging On

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More Women Are Freezing Their Eggs, But Will They Ever Use Them?

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Gray-Haired Granny? An 85-Year-Old Writer Goes Punk Rock Instead

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Lydia Smith stands in the kitchen of her home in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles. She has lived in this apartment for 46 years, and now that she is on a fixed income, she pays rent with the aid of Section 8 tenant-based assistance. Megan Miller for NPR hide caption

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For Women, Income Inequality Continues Into Retirement

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Menopause: A Gold Mine For Marketers, Fewer Payoffs For Women

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If The Shoe Fits: The Rise Of The Stylish Comfort Shoe

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Disney's Snow White has a scene in which the beautiful queen/stepmother turns into an old hag. Scholar Maria Tatar says it's "probably more frightening for adults than children because it compresses the aging process into about 20 seconds." Disney hide caption

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Why Are Old Women Often The Face Of Evil In Fairy Tales And Folklore?

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Is Beauty In The Eye(Lid) Of The Beholder?

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For Modern Women, 'Ladylike' Means Strong And Sporty

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Megan Smith is the new U.S. chief technology officer. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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From Silicon Valley To White House, New U.S. Tech Chief Makes Change

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Caltech biochemical engineer Frances Arnold was awarded a National Medal of Technology and Innovation by President Obama in 2013. Jason Reed/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Is 'Leaning In' The Only Formula For Women's Success In Science?

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Is There Really Such A Thing As A 'Trophy Wife'?

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