Raina Lipsitz examines birth control in India, and explores whether the introduction of Depo-Provera will give more women the freedom to plan and space their pregnancies.
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About one in a million women who have an early abortion die, while one in 50,000 women who have cosmetic surgery die. Diana Zuckerman asks why states are “protecting” women from one but not the other?
Zoe Greenberg looks at anti-abortion activists who are determined to end fetal tissue research, and shows how their efforts risk slowing down research aimed at understanding and eradicating many diseases.
Susan Sered looks at how government advisories for women to delay pregnancy until the Zika virus is eradicated do little to assist the health, well-being, and human rights of women.
Last month, the New York Times reported on a new study in Scotland that compares the health of babies born by planned cesarean sections … More
According to a new investigative report released by RH Reality Check, anti-choice groups are using the lack of oversight of California nursing continuing education to … More