My cervix is excited for 2012 and yours should be too! The Affordable Care Act (ACA), despite its tender age of not-even-two, has and will continue to uphold its promise to provide more women with the quality affordable care we need to stay healthy and cervical health is no exception.
January is cervical health awareness month, and NCTE wants to remind everyone that cervical health is a critical issue for trans men and genderqueer/gender nonconforming folks.
Seems like many states will do anything to save a few dollars, even if it costs them down the road. And the easiest target is always the low-income woman.
At Harvard University, we are standing up for women’s reproductive health. The Stupak-Pitts amendment is unacceptable. We will not permit the continued marginalization of abortion.
The right is making the debate about health care a debate about abortion, looking to expand the Hyde Amendment in the name of common ground.
The Family Research Council has released an ad attacking health care reform, specifically the mythical assumption that proposed health care reform would force Americans into an insurance policy that covers abortion care.
this article considers the simutaneously anti choice and anti life aspects of futile care impositions on patients and families.