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The United States is considered the most dangerous developed nation to be pregnant in – particularly if you are Black.  This is according to Stacey Stewart, the President/CEO of the March of Dimes, an organization which advocates for better health outcomes for mothers and babies, in a recent CNN piece.   Furthermore,...
uterine fibroids
Minimally invasive techniques produce fewer cases of incisional infection, less postoperative pain and less blood loss.
uterine fibroids
Uterine fibroids are most common in Black women and can cause symptoms like heavy bleeding, painful cramps and urinary issues.
Ascension Michigan
Fibroids – especially cumbersome in Black women – can cause heavy menstrual bleeding, prolonged periods, bleeding between periods, pelvic pain and back pain.
The WSU Office of Women’s Health and Make Your Date collab to help expectant moms get the resources they need during the coronavirus crisis.
choice words
A new book by Annie Finch delivers abortion stories from some of our most loved writers.
Pap smear
Dr. Simisola Caxton-Idowu says young women should begin regular Pap testing at age 21.
Title X
Planned Parenthood is in a fight to keep the federal funding that so many low-income men and women depend on for basic reproductive and sexual health care.