The popular card game will give 100 percent of profits made in the red states to the National Network of Abortion Funds.
Overturning Roe v. Wade is only one part of an ongoing attempt by far-right extremists to undermine individual freedom and our democracy. And this latest attack isn't the end.
I see women who have quit their jobs and left relationships. They don't realize they're going through the menopause.
Jan Dea, 61, is now in remission but her doctor told her that by the time she had noticed symptoms from the aggressive cancer it would have been too late.
Scientists behind the research say women on low incomes lack the health choices and lifestyle care available to their richer neighbors.
Ohio AG made a dubious claim that the pregnant 10-year-old could get treatment in his state. The matter has fueled national debate after Roe v. Wade ruling.
Brandy Bottone argued her unborn baby is counts as a second person after she was pulled over for driving alone in a high-occupancy-vehicle lane.
"This is just not America. We're not about taking rights," Xavier Becerra said Sunday of the Court's decision to overturn the landmark abortion rights case.
The GOP governor said Sunday decisions about abortion should "be made by the legislators that are closest to the people" as the "Constitution intended."
"These individuals are putting their hero complex before your safety," Kiki Djarin said in a viral tweet.
"Their anger at you is born out of your reaction to the SCOTUS ruling, not the ruling itself," the now-viral post says.
"I take a type of medication for my heart that makes it so that if I were to get pregnant, the fetus would automatically be pushed out of me," Ackerman said.
Data suggests many women are swapping apps amid concerns that their health data could be used in abortion trials.
For the most part, viewers whose names or profile photos suggested they were men shared amusement and praise.
By the time the woman had surgery to remove the cyst, it was larger than a football.
"I'm sorry for America. It has failed you," Pavlovitz wrote after the Supreme Court's stunning reversal of Roe v. Wade.
The Republican governor said Sunday that "the Supreme Court did its job" by fixing "a wrong decision it made many years ago."
The governor said Saturday that the state saw 10,000 women from surrounding states come to Illinois last year for abortions.
Most of Olivia's audience took her side, venting frustration with medical professionals who deny women their freedom to choose the procedure.
Rates of vaginal births after a cesarean have risen among women in their 20s and 30s over recent years.
The procedure includes a small diagnostic check beforehand and could be all that is needed in some cases, with no further invasive fertility procedures.
Ovarian cancer is ranked among the top killers of women around the globe, especially in developing countries. Vigilance is a health necessity.
Emergency contraceptives are sometimes confused with abortion pills, but they are not the same. Newsweek explains how both types of medication work.
Hillary Clinton has executive produced a new documentary movie focussing on endometriosis. Newsweek spoke to the director and producer Shannon Cohn about the movie.
"I needed a way to send my uterus and cervix off with a big old f*** you," said Suzie Campbell who commissioned the cookies following her surgery.
Spain is poised to be the first Western country to offer time off from work for women with menstrual pain.
A recently leaked draft majority opinion from the Supreme Court suggested it would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling on abortion in the U.S.
This psychological thriller is an exceptional celebration of the nature of women and the struggles of pregnancy.
"There is no medical reason to ban abortions after 15 weeks; there are only potential harms," said Dr. Kelly Thibert of Bradenton, Florida.