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A comprehensive new study found menstrual cups are safe, effective, and environmentally friendly alternatives to pads and tampons.
Some urinary tract infections are becoming antibiotic-resistant, making them potentially deadly even for healthy people
E. coli bacteria, which is often responsible for causing UTIs, has evolved so it can't be easily killed with antibiotics.
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.
I’ve been using this $39 vitamin subscription for months — the vitamins are made from whole foods instead of powder and are reportedly abs...
The GEM women's daily multivitamin comes from whole food sources and is ethically sourced. I can't live without it as part of my morning routine.
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.
Planned Parenthood said Missouri’s health department is "refusing to renew" its license before it interviews every physician who works at the clinic.
‘A vanishingly small number’ of women have abortions in the third trimester. Here’s why most of them do it.
Late-term abortions are rare. Women typically have abortions later in pregnancy because there are fetal anomalies or life-threatening complications.
A wide variety of products like waxes and douches are marketed as helpful for vaginal health, but these items can actually cause more harm than good.
5 women talk about regretting their breast implants after experiencing side effects like vomiting and hair loss: ‘I literally thought I was dyin...
Women are speaking out about the symptoms they faced after getting breast implants, including nausea, vomiting, constant fatigue, and inflammation.
Alabama’s governor just signed a law that would imprison doctors who perform abortions for up to 99 years
Now that the law has been signed by Republican Gov. Kay Ivey, it's officially the strictest abortion ban in the nation.