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Part II: The state of the abortion debate 50 years after ‘Roe’

Part II: The state of the abortion debate 50 years after ‘Roe’

Montana pharmacists may get more power to prescribe

Montana pharmacists may get more power to prescribe

Ask voters directly, and abortion rights wins most ballot fights

Ask voters directly, and abortion rights wins most ballot fights

New drug candidates for male birth control may be on the horizon

New drug candidates for male birth control may be on the horizon

Study examines cannabidiol's effect on simulated driving

Study examines cannabidiol's effect on simulated driving

Patient mistrust and poor access hamper federal efforts to overhaul family planning

Patient mistrust and poor access hamper federal efforts to overhaul family planning

Potential effects of nonoral versus oral gender-affirming estrogen therapy

Potential effects of nonoral versus oral gender-affirming estrogen therapy

Research in young rats shows how hormonal contraceptives may affect the brain

Research in young rats shows how hormonal contraceptives may affect the brain

More babies, lower risk of endometrial cancer

More babies, lower risk of endometrial cancer

Post-‘Roe,’ contraceptive failures carry bigger stakes

Post-‘Roe,’ contraceptive failures carry bigger stakes

What are the implications of microbial ecosystems for female reproductive health?

What are the implications of microbial ecosystems for female reproductive health?

Texas, battling teen pregnancy, recasts sex education standards

Texas, battling teen pregnancy, recasts sex education standards

Combined oral contraceptives associated with elevated risk of venous thromboembolism in obese women

Combined oral contraceptives associated with elevated risk of venous thromboembolism in obese women

Many preventive medical services cost patients nothing. Will a Texas court decision change that?

Many preventive medical services cost patients nothing. Will a Texas court decision change that?

In the rush to curtail abortion, states adopt a jumbled stew of definitions for human life

In the rush to curtail abortion, states adopt a jumbled stew of definitions for human life

On the Wisconsin-Illinois border: Clinics in neighboring states team up on abortion care

On the Wisconsin-Illinois border: Clinics in neighboring states team up on abortion care

A GOP talking point suggests birth control is not at risk. Evidence suggests otherwise.

A GOP talking point suggests birth control is not at risk. Evidence suggests otherwise.

In California, abortion could become a constitutional right. So could birth control.

In California, abortion could become a constitutional right. So could birth control.

Study: About 1.7 million people in Michigan do not want children and are 'childfree'

Study: About 1.7 million people in Michigan do not want children and are 'childfree'

Three things about the abortion debate that many people get wrong

Three things about the abortion debate that many people get wrong