It’s 2023 and women’s health outcomes are simply still not where they should be. This initiative gives us hope for a future where women’s health research is invested in and prioritized.
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Public health experts say the litigation has endangered the fundamental tools that public health workers have utilized for decades to protect community health
By undoing that landmark decision, the court has empowered states to set their own abortion restrictions — so where people live will determine their level of access.
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Scholars explain how the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion is likely to affect women’s health.
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The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends that passengers mask up while on planes, trains or buses, but it’s no longer a requirement
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If your cloth mask is comfy and light and feels like you are wearing nothing at all, it probably isn’t doing much to keep you and others safe from the coronavirus
Wearing a cloth mask is better than not wearing a mask at all, but if you can upgrade — or layer cloth with surgical — now is the time
HIV Prevention Pill PrEP Is Now Free Under Most Insurance Plans – but the Latest Challenge to the Affordable Care Act Puts This Benefit at Risk
Since the start of the HIV epidemic in 1981, over 700,000 Americans have lost their lives to AIDS
Fewer Diabetes Patients Are Picking up Their Insulin Prescriptions – Another Way the Pandemic Has Delayed Health Care for Many
Although insulin is a vital component of diabetes management, the pandemic has led many patients to forgo the prescriptions they need
A New, Lower Threshold for Lead Poisoning in Children Means More Kids Will Get Tested – but the Ultimate Solution Is Eliminating Lead Sources
The most lead-contaminated neighborhoods in cities are often the poorest and home to the highest percentage of nonwhite children