Yesterday was the 8th Annual Prematurity Awareness Day, and the United States is gaining little ground when it comes to addressing the issue.
As a consequence of conservative “fiscal responsibility” more and more preventative care programs are finding themselves running out of money.
The Texas A.G. has decided a phone call is no longer good enough when it comes to informed consent, and other reproductive news.
Not content to have elminated abortion coverage from healthcare reform, now the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops wants birth control out, too.
Usually we only hear negatives about schools that provide reproductive care, but in some cases schools have been offering services for decades to little protest.
That every pregnant woman should have adequate health care and equal health choices should be unarguable. But sadly, we’re still arguing anyway.
Republicans are pushing even harder against abortion funding, to the point where one state has opted out of the high risk insurance pool all together. And Operation Rescue thinks ten year olds should have babies.
Can common ground be found with people like Sharron Angle? Reproductive rights experts answer these questions and explain why the ground is erroding beneath us in the abortion debate.
How can both sides be so angry about abortion in health care reform when only one side is actually losing anything?
Healthcare reform seems to be lacking for women, especially now that birth control is not considered preventive medicine.