When does supporting women who use drugs so they can avoid unplanned pregnancies turn into something more coercive?
Women of all walks of life have abortions: married, single, child-free, and mothers. New research shows what's happening in their life when they do.
Long-acting reversible contraceptives are more reliable than other methods of contraception and most women are happy with them.
One of the key times women need reliable contraception is soon after they give birth. But they often have a hard time getting long-acting reversible methods, like IUDs and contraceptive implants.
In May, the White House clarified the guidelines for contraceptive coverage, ending cost containment practices that made it hard for some women to access the method of their choice.