Posted on 01/23 19:49 in Features
There's a huge racial disparity when it comes to cervical cancer in the United States.Until now, doctors had thought the racial gap was narrowing, given that cervical cancer death rates for black women were dropping.
Posted on 01/24 12:40 in Features
Donald Trump has reinstated the Mexico City Policy, known as the global gag rule, which prevents non-governmental organisations working abroad from receiving federal funding for family planning if they perform abortions or even talk to their clients about abortion.The Harry Potter author shared her thoughts on Twitter about his reinstatement of the policy, and she didn't hold back.
Posted on 02/11 14:00 in Features
But it's also easy to trot out similarly simplistic responses when arguing for birth control.That matters because informed public debate of birth control is critical right now.
Posted on 02/22 23:42 in Features
Getting comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care as a woman is hard.But a silly-named site is looking to change this fact for female travelers, allowing globetrotters the ability to access need-to-know health information in an easy to read wiki.
Posted on 03/01 16:11 in Features
Starting Wednesday, every Equinox member will find tampons from Lola in their gym's women's bathrooms.The organic tampon subscription service and wholesaler was one of the first high-profile women's health companies to make a splash in Silicon Valley (or Silicon Alley, since Lola is based in New York).
Posted on 03/17 01:59 in Features
Republicans are dreaming of the moment they can deny Planned Parenthood federal funding to offer routine health care services to low-income women, but a new group of high-profile critics is hoping that day never comes.On Thursday, 74 tech leaders and executives signed and published an open letter to Congressional leaders declaring their support for Planned Parenthood.
Posted on 04/22 20:18 in Features
Instead of stocking them with snacks for late-night study sessions, senior Parteek Singh insisted on filling one campus vending machine with condoms, emergency contraception, and pregnancy tests.For $30, students can now buy it in the vending machine.