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Abortion rights advocates try to change opinions with deeply personal conversations

Abortion rights advocates try to change opinions with deeply personal conversations

Study measures arterial stiffness in women from wide age range

Study measures arterial stiffness in women from wide age range

Texas providers see increased interest in birth control since near-total abortion ban

Texas providers see increased interest in birth control since near-total abortion ban

The solution to au pairs’ health coverage gaps may be simple: ACA plans

The solution to au pairs’ health coverage gaps may be simple: ACA plans

Behavioral change strategies could help curb short birth spacing in Africa

Behavioral change strategies could help curb short birth spacing in Africa

Study explores how couples regard fertility and family formation

Study explores how couples regard fertility and family formation

Contraception is free to women, except when it’s not

Contraception is free to women, except when it’s not

Pandemic disrupted the utilization of women’s preventive health services

Pandemic disrupted the utilization of women’s preventive health services

Researchers investigate the emergence of gender differences in jealousy responses

Researchers investigate the emergence of gender differences in jealousy responses

Biden moves to overturn Trump birth control rules

Biden moves to overturn Trump birth control rules

Study highlights how women's choice of birth control is affected by out-of-pocket costs

Study highlights how women's choice of birth control is affected by out-of-pocket costs

High levels of progesterone can reduce stress after concussion, speed recovery in females

High levels of progesterone can reduce stress after concussion, speed recovery in females

Researchers discover a safe, effective, reversible male contraceptive agent

Researchers discover a safe, effective, reversible male contraceptive agent

LSU Health receives $2.5 million grant to reduce stroke risk for obese women taking birth control pills

LSU Health receives $2.5 million grant to reduce stroke risk for obese women taking birth control pills

Change in evidence-based guidelines for vasectomy may reduce number of follow-up tests

Change in evidence-based guidelines for vasectomy may reduce number of follow-up tests

Study explores women's interest in long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy

Study explores women's interest in long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy

Study could help prevent HIV/AIDS and pregnancy among South African adolescent girls

Study could help prevent HIV/AIDS and pregnancy among South African adolescent girls

Justices bound to see ACA as ‘indispensable,’ says Californian leading defense

Justices bound to see ACA as ‘indispensable,’ says Californian leading defense

Coming abortion fight could threaten birth control, too

Coming abortion fight could threaten birth control, too

Catholic Ob/Gyn practitioners lean toward natural birth control methods, study reveals

Catholic Ob/Gyn practitioners lean toward natural birth control methods, study reveals