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By Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press
When it comes to medical research and innovation, men's health has long gotten more attention than women's health. Even with improvements over the last 30 years, women's sexual health remains vastly underrepresented. Dr. Rachel Rubin, urologist and sexual health expert,…
By Ali Rogin, Claire Mufson
The Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade relied heavily on the argument that, in Justice Samuel Alito’s words, “a right to abortion is not deeply rooted in the nation’s history and traditions.” Paul Solman takes a look at that…
By Paul Solman, Lorna Baldwin
In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, a new poll finds 22 percent of American adults name abortion or women's rights as one of five problems they want the government to work on. This…
By Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
Tampons are the latest addition to the growing list of out-of-stock items in states all across the country. Supply chain woes have left many shelves sparse, and the products have become more expensive, making it equally hard to find affordable…
By Lisa Desjardins, Winston Wilde
By Dr. Howard Markel
Despite the advancements she made on behalf of women’s health, Dr. Mary Amanda Dixon Jones adopted an anti-abortion stance that doesn’t comport with modern medicine.
By Stephen Groves, Associated Press
The rule approved Thursday requires women to return to a doctor to receive the second of two drugs used to carry out a medication abortion. Usually women receive both drugs in one visit, but take the second medication at home.
By Associated Press
Eight days before President Donald Trump leaves office, the justices on Tuesday granted a Trump administration appeal to be able to enforce a longstanding rule on getting the abortion pill, mifepristone.
By Pan Pylas, Associated Press
The move to eliminate sales taxes on women's sanitary products was widely praised by women's rights advocates as well as proponents of the country's departure from the European Union.
By Sebastian Rich
As much of the rest of the country moved to isolate themselves and stay at home, these midwives checked in to work -- birth does not halt for pandemics.
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