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Menstrual cups are just as safe and effective as tampons—and far cheaper
Despite a long history of use, menstrual cups still get far less attention than pads and tampons.
Science is here to validate your PMS cravings
Have a hankering for carbs? There might be a good reason to indulge.
Here’s exactly how restricting abortion harms public health
The recent abortion bills don't align with what health experts know about abortion safety.
How to know if your heavy period is a sign of a bleeding disorder
Though rare, many women with undiagnosed disorders don't realize they're unusual.
Your genes might influence how well your birth control works
Birth control pills affect all women differently—including how well they work.
Oral yeast infection medications may be risky during pregnancy
And other treatments might be just as effective.
Extreme weather can stress pregnant women—and their unborn babies
New research suggests extreme weather can worsen depression in mothers, leaving children more anxious and distressed.
Unhealthy sperm can play a role in lost pregnancies
Bringing a pregnancy to term requires a healthy sperm and egg.
The medical community is finally realizing the uterus is more than a ‘baby house’
Rodent studies show a connection to cognitive function.
This healthy baby came out of a dead person’s uterus
It could open up uterine transplants to a lot more people.