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She’s the Boss

Sara Glaz

The proportion of women holding executive jobs is rising slowly but steadily. What does that mean for the men and women working beneath them? How can a female boss best utilize her feminine traits in the workplace?

 

Have a Heart

Batya Jacobs

For decades, we’ve considered heart attacks a male disease. And this assumption has had deadly results. Women are far more likely than men to die of heart attack; often because they don’t realize they’re having one. Here’s what you need to know about the number one killer.

 

Car Pool A Cappella

As told to Leah Gebber

The scene in the back of my car, when I had a moment at a red light to actually turn around, looked something like this: One child wriggling out of his seat belt. One child shaking a plastic bag of cornflakes, loosely tied at the top — quick mental calculation: how long will it take for him to either loosen the knot, or make a hole, and have cornflakes cascading down on the upholstery? And is it worth just helping him out and ignoring my cardinal “no eating” rule?

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