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All people have the right to access safe, high-quality, affordable, stigma-free abortion throughout pregnancy. Several state and federal policies and...
Since abortion was legalized in the United States in 1973, states have created hundreds of laws limiting whether, when, and under what circumstances...
Oral contraceptives (or birth control pills) are one of the safest and best-studied medications on the market today, and one of the most popular and...
Telehealth, the remote provision of health care services using information and communication technology, is becoming increasingly popular as a health...
Abortion is a common, safe, and legal health service, but has grown increasingly inaccessible in the US. Since it was first legalized, states have...
Several legislative policies restrict insurance coverage of abortion, forcing people—many of whom are working to make ends meet—to pay...
Long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and sterilization are popular contraceptive methods. However, they have been associated with safety...
Despite advances over the past decade in both outpatient uterine aspiration and medical management, miscarriage in the United States is largely...
Approximately one in ten abortions in the United States take place in the second trimester, but second-trimester care remains more stigmatized than...
Epilepsy, a poorly understood and often stigmatized condition, is the most common neurological disorder in females of reproductive age, affecting...

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