reproductive health

Dr. Leana Wen, Baltimore’s health commissioner, will be the next president of Planned Parenthood

Here’s what that means for the future of the organization

Being a surrogate is no simple process. Here’s why one woman chooses to do it.

Christina Fenn has carried three babies for same-sex couples

Tired of Googling contraception questions? Our video series has answers.

Each three-minute episode tackles a different aspect of birth control

How Kavanaugh would put birth control and reproductive rights at risk

Access to contraception is essential to women’s autonomy and equality

HPV vaccination rates are still too low, even as HPV-related cancer is on the rise

Vaccination rates are rising too, but not fast enough

The FDA has approved the first app to prevent pregnancy — but it’s not without controversy

Natural Cycles is being marketed as a ‘natural method of contraception that is powered by a smart algorithm’

Argentina’s Senate rejects bill legalized abortion during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy

Although the bill failed, abortion law could still change

Inducing labor at 39 weeks may actually lower the risk of C-sections, new study finds

The high rate of C-sections in the United States has created worry in recent years

A drug trial using generic Viagra led to the deaths of 11 babies

Doctors wanted to know if the drug would help children born to mothers with fetal growth restriction