A watchdog group is accusing Attleboro Women’s Health Center of deliberately deceiving women who seek its services.
A fetal heartbeat bill would ban abortion after six weeks.
A new report underscores just how critical—and in demand—reconstructive surgery is to women who survive the disease.
One doctor has performed seven reversal surgeries on transgender women in the past five years.
Blogger made jewelry from her discarded skin following a labiaplasty as a symbol of overcoming her pain.
On the eve of her third annual SlutWalk march, model Amber Rose stars in a new PSA to raise awareness about the tampon tax.
A red bump on your vagina can be acne, an ingrown hair or an STI. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Your first sexual experience before puberty can change your body and brain.
A new web series follows four women attending their clients through a c-section, a miscarriage and a live birth.
A Fitbit for lady bits claims to be the 'world’s smartest vibrator,' but what do women do with all that data?
Iowa will have eight Planned Parenthood clinics left after four shut down on June 30.
The Sunday message focuses on the new Republican vision of health care—and directly contradicts Trump's actions so far.
The fight against period shaming has momentum in the U.S. and beyond, with states exempting menstrual products from sales taxes and menstrual equity awareness rising around the globe.
The Russian airline has faced two discrimination lawsuits from flight attendants.
Louisville’s EMW Women’s Surgical Center was set to close April 3.
As one newspaper article put it: “U.S. Rep. John Shimkus’s foot finds warm welcome in mouth.”
Nine states require counselling on mental health consequences before women can get an abortion.
Two bills that would restrict abortion access in Ohio now await Governor John Kasich’s signature.
The president-elect's promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act will affect millions of women.
A new development in preventive medicine could provide the safety assurance some women feel is missing with tampons.
A relatively harmless organism that commonly lives in a woman’s reproductive tract thwarted the success of the experimental procedure performed at the Cleveland Clinic.