How Primary Care Doctors Could Fix Abortion Access
As barriers to abortion increase, more primary care providers can—and should—offer the abortion pill.
Anti-Choice Clinics Are Changing the Way They Operate to Qualify for Government Funding
Crisis pregnancy centers are offering more medical services so they can bill insurers and become eligible for federal family planning grants.
15 Practical Questions About Getting an Abortion
From how much it costs to whether insurance covers it.
Abortion Providers Are America’s Best Doctors
When it comes to patient satisfaction, safety, and cost, abortion providers are unmatched.
Trumpcare Could Drag Us Back to When HIV Meant Death
Their proposed budget includes a $168 million reduction in funding for HIV prevention programs.
It's Basically Black Friday for Health Treatments Right Now
“It's good to see people connect to their healthcare, but it's sad to know that they're doing this because they think they’re going to lose it."
College Kids Want Free Tampons for America
College campuses are leading the charge to provide tampons, pads, and other sanitary supplies to everyone, free of charge.
How Women Deal with Unwanted Pregnancies When Abortion Isn't Legal
If a Donald Trump presidency leads to restricted abortion access, here's how women in America have ended their pregnancies on their own.
Your Local Health Clinic Probably Needs More Help Than Planned Parenthood
Rallying behind Planned Parenthood is great, but if you want to save your right to abortion or birth control, you should be supporting your local health clinic too.
The Rush to Get an IUD Is Very Real
Since election day, women's health clinics have been squeezed to keep up with the demand for long-acting reversible contraception devices, like IUDs.
Homeless Are Flocking to America's Forests, But It's Damaging the Land
The woods are an attractive option for people who want to live off the grid, or a last resort for those with nowhere else to go. But indefinite camping is damaging forests.
Homelessness and Housing Shortages are a Big Problem in Luxury Resort Towns like Jackson Hole
Lack of affordable housing is pushing many of the working class—ski instructors, waiters, hotel staff—to live out of tents or in their cars, if they want to stay in Jackson Hole.