women's reproductive health
What It's Actually Like Getting a Contraceptive Coil Fitted
You’ve heard the horror stories, but what can you really expect from the procedure? We asked an expert.
Scientists Confirm If You Don’t Use It You Lose It
Good news for people who don’t want to procreate in the face of an impending climate apocalypse, bad news for their sex life.
No U.S. Court Has Upheld Laws That Would Essentially Ban Second-Trimester Abortions. Until Now.
Oklahoma's D&E ban has been blocked since 2015. Similar laws have also been blocked in states like Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky and Texas.
Living with Endometriosis, an Agonizing Disease with No Known Cause or Cure
For most of her life, Chloe has struggled with debilitating periods. When she was 25, she finally went to the hospital. It took four years to diagnose her. Why won't doctors take menstrual pain seriously?
This Mobile Clinic Brings Sexual Health Care to Underserved Communities
Project Street Beat is a 30-year-old medical unit that reaches people that traditional healthcare services do not.
New Trump Ruling Puts Birth Control Coverage for 62 Million Women at Risk
Your guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Trump Is the First President to Single Out a Health Care Provider in Budget
On the first page of his new budget proposal, Donald Trump has both named Planned Parenthood and called for its absolute defunding—among other cuts that disproportionally affect low income women.