One drop-off at a time, college students are arming themselves with preventive emergency contraception — which could soon be one of the last legal chances to stop a pregnancy.
As rubbish piles up on a vast dumpsite, the women who sift through it for their livelihood are suffering reproductive health problems that scientists say have been overlooked.
Even though the evidence is clear, public health experts say that air pollution’s impact on women's health is not getting the attention it needs.
Doctors, parents and studies are reporting a rise in such cases, with some children getting their periods as young as 8.
Anecdotal reports suggest teenage pregnancies are soaring in Kenya, resulting in unsafe late-term terminations and abandoned babies.
KAUGAMA, Nigeria—Saki Samuno hissed at the darkening skies. The women around her wore the same irritated look as they pointed upwards, anticipating a torrential downpour. After months without access to family planning services, 28-year-old Samuno…
It took Dimos Sakellaridis about six years to build Kiss condoms into one of Nigeria’s top brands, with approximately 91 million sold in 2019. The prophylactics are available in shops, markets, and kiosks across the country, and…
Tens of thousands patients' fertility treatments have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Should IVF treatments be considered essential?
In reproductive care, critics argue, Catholic ethics can trump medical best practice and patients can be denied the care they desire or need.
In some cases, changes in hospital ownership broadened access to reproductive services in Wisconsin, in others, it restricted it
Across the United States, physicians, gynecologists, and family doctors report being asked to perform, or performing, “virginity tests.”
"Many are going to die," warned one impoverished 17-year-old Kenyan woman who nearly lost her life to a back-alley abortion.