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Halsey opens up about her miscarriage on her new song ‘More.’ Here are 7 times she spoke up about reproductive health.
The 25-year-old pop star has used her platform as a tool to share her personal experiences and advocate for women's rights.
The primary emotion 95% of these 667 women felt was relief. The study is the first of its kind to follow women for years, not months or weeks.
A woman with a transplanted uterus from a deceased donor gave birth for the second time ever in the US
In November 2019, a woman named Jennifer Gobrecht gave birth to a son using the uterus of a deceased donor.
Soccer star Hope Solo is pregnant with twins months after opening up about her miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy
The Olympian had her fallopian tube removed to treat the ectopic pregnancy. Now, she's expecting a boy and a girl.
Chrissy Teigen shut down a ‘weird a–‘ alt-right vlogger who speculated about Taylor Swift’s ability to reproduce
Stefan Molyneux, who parrots white supremacist talking points on YouTube, said he hopes the singer "thinks about having kids before it's too late."
The wildly popular TikTok app is becoming an unlikely place for women to talk about infertility and reproductive health — and it’s a clear...
OB-GYNs and women seeking infertility solutions have found a home on TikTok, where informal videos help them connect and educate.
A controversial ad campaign shows a blood-covered girl holding a menstrual cup, and critics say it makes the issue worse
The organization maintains the ad is intended to make people confront their discomfort around menstruation. Critics say it's exploitative.
Apple is finally launching a cycle tracker this week, and there’s a compelling reason to use it over third-party apps
The new Cycle Tracking app will allow users to track their periods, symptoms, and fertility windows without having to use a third-party app.
SexTech startups are protesting outside of Facebook’s offices, claiming the social network bars them from running ads
Dame Products and Unbound — women's wellness startups that sell vibrators — say Facebook doesn't allow them to run ads.
A comprehensive new study found menstrual cups are safe, effective, and environmentally friendly alternatives to pads and tampons.