reproductive health

At least 20 lawsuits making their way through the courts could alter abortion law. Here’s how.

Both supporters and opponents say this is the most fraught time for Roe v. Wade since the 1990s

Why did the first U.S. uterine transplant fail?

This case illustrates what critics say is a lack of public accountability in the U.S. transplant system

This ‘accidental bra fairy’ is helping women affected by the shutdown

Her nonprofit gives bras and feminine hygiene products to women in need

President Trump’s sensationalist language on abortions

Though late-term abortions are exceedingly rare, Trump specifically focuses on them

The rate of maternal deaths in the United States is rising

Black women are especially at risk

‘Late-term’ abortions — demystified

The answers to all of your questions

Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ shines light on what’s lacking in American health classes

American dialogue about sex is often unhealthy and unhelpful

Erin Andrews: I’m a cervical cancer survivor. I don’t want other women to become a statistic.

The incidence rate of cervical cancer has decreased by more than half, in large part thanks to the Pap test

More than 100,000 lawsuits have been filed against makers of vaginal mesh. What’s the story?

Despite health problems in many women, some surgeons say vaginal mesh is safe and effective

Developing countries need a new approach to tackle period stigma, critics say

Providing pads and cups to girls isn’t enough