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Conservatives angry with Obama’s compliance with a federal judge’s ruling on Plan B.
What the FDA’s recent ruling on emergency contraception means to you.
In a 5-4 ruling, the Supreme Court allows certain companies to opt out of birth control mandate.
An attack on the women's organization is an attack on our health.
High blood pressure linked to being raised by single moms; Plan B doesn't work as well in overweight women; New aggressive strain of HIV found; and more health news.
New HIV infections down 33 percent since 2001; Black kids in the ER less likely to be given pain meds; Where's services that provide emotional support for MSM?; plus more health news.
Health news that rocked the headlines in 2013.
Documents claim Chris Brown is bipolar; does racism make you obese?; breast cancer deaths higher among Black women; and more health news.
The Obama administration announced new standards that allow government-approved contraception services for women to be covered by insurance companies.
The Obama administration overruled the FDA's decision to allow the Plan B One-Step to be available to teen girls under the age of 17 without a prescription.