New technology, coroners like the Georgia one who is trying to ID fetal remains found in the sewer, and like-minded prosecutors mean that people's plumbing might one day tell whether they had a miscarriage—and open them up to law-enforcement scrutiny.
In Doing Harm, Maya Dusenbery pulls back the curtain on the history and current state of the medical profession to explain why women with chronic illness are not receiving the care they need.
A new study with middle schoolers just adds to the flood of evidence.
Through a new app, the state department of health is using public funding to legitimize the services and programs of organizations that do not provide comprehensive health-care services and actually spread misinformation—while overlooking groups that do provide comprehensive care.
In a new study, participants of all races found self-administration of Depo-Provera to be easy and convenient to use.
Several states require that pregnant people seeking abortion care be provided with state-printed materials that make dubious claims about the psychological risks of abortion.