By strengthening the family planning infrastructure like increasing birth control access, we can help ensure everyone's reproductive well-being.
A bill that went into effect in July now guarantees contraceptives for incarcerated people in Utah jails.
Being pregnant and providing my patients with abortion care does not change my ethical understanding of abortion, but it does give me a new perspective.
The Access to Contraception for Servicemembers and Dependents Act would provide basic health care by eliminating cost barriers to reproductive well-being.
Plan A is bringing health care directly to Mississippians—and at a time when access continues to be threatened.
What might become of pregnant people in states with little-to-no access to abortion and religious ties in many of their adoption agencies?