By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 17, 2014
Measles and mumps, which used to be practically eradicated in the U.S. thanks to vaccines, are now sickening an unusually high number of people.
By Igor Volsky on April 16, 2014
Far from obscuring the effects of Obamacare, the Census changes could provide a more precise measurement for how many people actually benefited from reform.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 16, 2014
In response, women are packing legislative hearing rooms carrying signs that read, "I'm not a car."
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A federal judge has permanently blocked North Dakota's six week abortion ban.
Public health advocates in Kenya are trying to eliminate the stigma associated with buying condoms.
It won't do anything to keep women safe, but it will open the door for the harassment of abortion providers.
Meanwhile, the GOP-led states that have resisted Obamacare are denying health care from the people who need it most.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 15, 2014
It's poised to become the first state to charge women with assault if they use drugs during pregnancy.
A new drug named Sovaldi costs $1,000 per pill, and insurers are calling the price tag "outrageous."
The need for more transparency is one issue that pro-choice and pro-life groups can actually agree on.