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Online birth control is safe—and the only option for some women
Getting the pill from online sites could make the contraception method far more accessible.
Women are less likely to receive CPR—but why?
Virtual reality might help solve the problem.
The weirdest things we learned this week: birthing rabbits, gruesome taxidermy, and the Parthenon’s best-kept secret
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
HPV tests can replace most Pap smears, according to new recommendations
If you are in possession of a cervix, here's what you should do.
Why it’s really important for your bra to fit (and how to finally make it happen)
Wearing an ill-fitting bra is more than just uncomfortable.
Can an app replace your birth control? For most people, the answer is no.
Just make sure you know the facts.
Pregnant people get a lot of grief for the unhealthy habits we all share
Health concerns while carrying a baby shouldn’t be much different from the rest of your life.
The horrifying maternal mortality rate in Texas turned out to be wrong, but that’s not the biggest issue
The lone star state isn’t alone
She had a textbook medical condition, but it went undiagnosed for more than a year
How stereotyping diseases hurts patients.
Everything you know about toxic shock syndrome is probably wrong
First off, it’s not just a tampon thing.