Educators and health researchers worry that youth pregnancies could climb again with the Trump administration's stance on prevention and sex ed programs.
The president issues new rules allowing more employers to opt out of providing no-cost contraceptives to women by claiming religious or moral objections.
The Reproductive Health Equity Act requires health insurers to offer birth control and abortion without charging patients a copay.
Lund University researchers also noticed how people's attitudes about climate change influenced their emotional responses to their findings.
The home crafts chain imported more than 5,500 Iraqi artifacts that were intentionally mislabeled, federal prosecutors say.
Are you depressed? It may have less to do with your mood than with your pills for birth control, high blood pressure, hair loss or even antibiotics, according to new research.
Without detracting from the moral significance of the pope’s message, a leading U.S. scientist has pointed out that the pontiff’s call for action on climate change is meaningless without a corollary call to limit the size of the human population.
Conservative readings of the Bible demand suffering for women, the sick and the dying. And this has an impact on our lives today.
The politics of control over the female body often stand in the way of health and safety, but one program has done an unprecedented job of putting women’s well-being and futures into their own hands.
Between the years 2009 and 2013, there was a 40 percent drop in teen pregnancies in Colorado as well as a 42 percent decrease in abortions, especially in the poorest regions of the state. How exactly did the Centennial State achieve such remarkable results?