MJ, I was thinking about this very topic the other day!
I read MORE when it first came out, but a few years later the magazine just changed. When they first started the focus waas primarily women over 40. After that the focus seemed to shift to "successful" women over 40. I was a SAHM at that time and the magazine simply has no relevance to me.
I love and still subscribe to Good Housekeeping and also like Prevention.
I had been a subscriber to Glamour from age 13 to about my early 40s when I realized it wasn not for me anymore. I used to subscribe to Redbook, Women's Day, Oprah, Alure, Lucky, etc, but none of these seem to cater to us older women. Good Housekeeping seems to focus on stuff that is relevant to me. To tell you the truth I am a member of AARP and get their magazine and newsletters and find more of the information I want there. I also get the WebMD magazine on my iPad free each month and really like that.