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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.
Planned Parenthood has removed Leana Wen as president of the organization, after only eight months on the job.
A fertility clinic is under fire after a woman gave birth to 2 other couples’ babies, but the scandal may be a symptom of a larger issue
There's no one government agency that oversees the fertility industry or that can discipline centers with faulty practices.
A couple is suing a fertility clinic after giving birth to two other couples’ babies. Here’s how that can happen.
Fertility clinics should have multiple checks and balances in place to prevent misidentification, but errors are possible.
Soccer star Hope Solo, who was pregnant with twins, had a miscarriage and an ectopic pregnancy. Here’s what to know about the complication.
Olympian Hope Solo had her fallopian tube removed after an ectopic pregnancy, or when a fertilized egg attaches itself outside of the uterus.
Democratic congresswoman says she’s tired of hearing ‘so many sex-starved males’ on the House floor talking about a woman’s ri...
"It is tiring to hear from so many sex-starved males on this floor talk about a woman's right to choose," she said.
Ted Cruz just offered to work with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to make birth control available over-the-counter
"A simple, clean bill making birth control available over the counter. Interested?" Cruz wrote, retweeting Ocasio-Cortez.
187 companies, including Bloomberg, Tinder, and Ben & Jerry’s, teamed up to slam abortion restrictions sweeping Southern states
Postmates, Slack, and Yelp were also among those that signed a full-page ad in The New York Times that said abortion restrictions harmed employees.