Changes to the Title X family planning programs have brought onboard a new kind of reproductive health clinic. What does that mean for patients?
We've highlighted the five major conclusions of Pacific Standard's latest investigation.
Without the fanfare of a bill signing or a Supreme Court decision, the first state without an abortion clinic is in sight.
New research casts doubt on the trendy diagnosis of "hopelessness."
This research is particularly important at a time when states across the country are passing new laws concerning abortion.
Women who sought but did not receive an abortion were in worse health five years later than peers who did get one, a new study finds.
Members of the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) make low-cost sanitary pads at their facility in Ahmedabad, India. May 28th marks the sixth annual Menstrual Hygiene Day, created to highlight the importance of good menstrual hygiene management.
Alyssa Milano's proposal was unpopular, but the practice of sex strikes goes back to the dawn of humanity.
Georgia's governor has also signed a six-week ban, giving the Supreme Court yet more opportunities to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The future of federal family planning programs will be decided by May 3rd, as four separate lawsuits seek to block the Trump administration's plans to target abortion access.
The bans mark an unprecedented year for abortion legislation—and a potential political turning point.
Women with lower socioeconomic status are among those at a higher risk for developing postpartum depression—and the new treatment is estimated to cost $34,000 per patient.
The FDA writes that failure to immediately cease sales of unapproved versions of mifepristone and misoprostol may result in action.
In banning federal funding from groups that refer women for abortion services, the president is presenting a golden opportunity for faith-based, anti-abortion clinics.
Amnesty International protesters call for a change in Northern Irish abortion law as they walk past a counter demonstration at Parliament Square on February 26th, 2019, in London, England.
A bill put forth in Virginia that would have eliminated certain requirements on late-term abortions in the state has prompted outcries of infanticide among its critics.
There is a growing movement in the United States to eliminate taxes on menstrual products and provide such products for free in restrooms at schools, prisons, shelters, and public places.
The research on the consequences of Planned Parenthood losing public funding offers a sense of what may happen.
Ten additional states, and the District of Columbia, have joined lawsuits against the Trump administration, over allowing groups to opt out of covering birth control for their employees.
A viral Thrillist story about a burger joint left out domestic abuse charges against the owner—but intimate partner violence isn't a private issue.
Irish 4 Reproductive Health, a student activist group, filed suit against the Trump administration and Notre Dame over the school's refusal to offer birth control coverage to students and faculty.
Aid Access will mail the two-drug cocktail used across the world to women in the United States.