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While a wave of conservative states have been pushing laws restricting or effectively banning abortion, Illinois and Nevada moved legislation forward Friday aimed at protecting access to the procedure.

The policy will lead to more abortions of the dangerous, medically unsupervised, barbaric kind, which cause up to 13% of maternal deaths. After all, affected women won’t have access to broader family planning that could keep abortion off the table.

Becky is a Community Outreach Educator. She runs Teen Council, a peer-led sex education program, at Planned Parenthood in Seattle. Her dedication to social j...

Nominations will be accepted between April 21st and May 5th as the first part of the competition.

Chattanooga Clinic Traction provides clinically-proven pain treatment that gets to the root of Cervical and Lumbar Pain, allowing clinicians to mimic the fee...

Cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson explains why chiropractic care is an ideal treatment for atrial fibrillation (afib).

The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women—described as the world’s “single largest gathering dedicated to women’s rights”—is meeting this week to draft its annual document, and the delegates from the U.S. are already royally fucking things up, continuing the Trump administration’s work of attacking reproductive rights around the world.

"It feels like there’s a little demon inside me that’s wringing my insides and trying to crawl out," Jenny Oh, a Manhattan-based retail worker, says of her endometriosis pain. She’s not the only one to put it this way. Camellia Hartman, a musician living in Brooklyn, who also suffers from endometriosis, echoes, "I live in this sort of fear that the demon that chases me is going to finally catch up to me."

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is poised to implement sweeping, harmful changes to Title X, the nation’s only program focused on providing birth control, cancer screenings, sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment, and other reproductive health care for those with low incomes. These new regulations not only undermine the successes of a decades-old family planning program, hailed as one of the top 10…

Politicians aren't doctors. They shouldn't tell us how to practice medicine, and they need to stop interfering in the critical doctor-patient bond.

Amputee Coalition’s Limb Loss Education Days (LLEDs) are your chance to connect with knowledgeable experts, recreation leaders, exhibitors and the limb loss community near you!

Amidst all the other drama ensuing around Washington of late, here's one piece of legal news you might've missed: President Donald Trump has been busy filling up the judicial branch with new picks. In fact, he's already successfully placed a…

At Human Technologies’ Annual
Employee Recognition Party, Michael Carchedi was honored for 35 years of
continuous employment with the company. In recognition of his years of service, Michael was provided the opportunity to donate $1,000 to the charitable
organization of his choice. Michael chose the American Heart Association;
when asked why, Michael said, “It is a cause that is near to me, […] Read More >

"After the rape but before I had sex again, I thought of myself as two people: terrified-of-guys-Katie and constantly-horny-Katie."

Celebrating Team USA's Top 18 Moments Of The 2018 Paralympics
(Top left, clockwise) Mr. T and Brenna Huckaby, Thomas Walsh, Brody Roybal, Tyler Walk and Mike Schultz
Long after the flame was extinguished at the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, the memories of incredible comebacks, dominant performances and inspiring stories live on
The Games were record-breaking for Team USA, which finished atop the medal table for…

The internet was filled with viral stories and funny memes this year — here are some of the best ones.

Instead of supporting teen pregnancy programs based on evidence, the administration is substituting ideology, according to congressional Democrats.

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By Alba Alvarado
Alba is a first-generation college student, a leader in Latinx communities, and a fearless advocate for women’s health. She knows a thing or two about advocating for sex education. During her senior year of high school, she proposed a condom accessibility policy in her district — and it passed. Thanks to her, condoms and STI pamphlets are available in high school bathrooms throughout…

Uber is considering buying electric scooter firms Bird or Lime, while Google CEO Sundar Pichai is preparing for what could be a defining week.

In “Widows,” “House of Cards” and other productions this year, women are not willing to play by the rules imposed by men. The result is exhilarating drama.

The more people I talk to these days, the more apparent it becomes that everyone is in a mood for giving back—rather than just getting—this holiday season. (Although we do like to get, and give, too!) We’ve lately been thinking more about what we can *do* rather than just buy. So in true holiday spirit, […]

Voters flipped the House to a pro-reproductive health-care majority — winning 26 seats and counting.

In collaboration with Planned Parenthood, Alexa Lim Haas's short film "Everyday I," which premieres today on Broadly, shows how sexual assault and harassment can impact our everyday lives.

Referendums include issues from Medicaid expansion to abortion, dialysis costs to indoor vaping, and much more.