Menstruation shouldn’t be so difficult for the planet, too.
Improving the lives of people who menstruate is a win for public health.
Before women started flying in space, NASA was a little worried they might die having their periods.
Consumers are calling for ingredient transparency in menstrual hygiene products, and Thinx Inc. CEO Maria Molland is leading the charge.
Menstrual products are under-regulated around the world
But what does it mean for data privacy and marginalized people?
Excerpt: The Slow Moon Climbs
Period tech helped women "overcome prejudice leveled against a bleeding body." The technology's future could be even more freeing.
Despite a long history of use, menstrual cups still get far less attention than pads and tampons.
Have a hankering for carbs? There might be a good reason to indulge.
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