· · · · · 

Weighing the Evidence: Prioritizing Prevention in the Fight Ahead

Does HIV/AIDS still require an exceptional response? That question framed the interactive discussion hosted by the Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention.

· · · · · 

Interview with the DC Abortion Fund

Abortion funds around the country make sure that every woman does have the right to abortion — regardless of her economic situation. Tyler LePard interviews Tiffany Reed, President of the DC Abortion Fund in Washington, DC.

· · · · · 

Men as Partners in Maternal Health

In honor of World Population Day, the Population Institute, UNFPA and the Communications Consortium Media Center sponsored a panel discussion on "Men as Partners in Maternal Health: Supporting Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies."

· · · · · 

Democratic Candidates Debate HIV Prevention

The Democratic candidates debated domestic issues Thursday night, in front of a primarily African-American audience. Michel Martin asked the candidates about their plans for HIV/AIDS prevention.

· · · · · 

Abortion Bypass Denied by Colorado Court

The first young woman in Colorado to be denied access to an abortion via judicial bypass is told she's too immature to have an abortion, she's unemployed and she doesn't understand the risks.

· · · · · 

Let’s All Get Tested for HIV

With so many people unaware of their HIV status, increasing testing is critical to prevent new infections and help HIV-positive people lead healthy lives.

· · · · · 

“Girl, Positive” on Lifetime

The Lifetime Original Movie "Girl, Positive" addresses teenagers' awareness and misconceptions of HIV; it premieres June 25. Watch the preview!

· · · · · 

Home Delivery Video

The News & Observer features a terrific presentation from photojournalist Juli Leonard about a home birth with a local Midwife. Watch the video!

· · · · · 

Candidates Address National Right to Life Convention

Friday morning four Republican 2008 presidential candidates addressed the second day of the annual National Right to Life Covention (NRLC) in Kansas City, Missouri, reiterating their opposition to abortion.

· · · · · 

No Period? No Problem!

The "no period pill" Lybrel is more about marketing than new technology, yet it has met mixed reactions ranging from questioning women's very identity without menstruation to lauding a new option for preventing periods and pregnancy.

· · · · ·