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Mobile health interventions offer convenience, confidentiality, and privacy. Yaw Niel/Shutterstock

Using cellphones to deliver health services to teens: a sub-Saharan Africa review

Mobile health or mHealth is an appealing way to reach adolescents because it offers opportunities to deliver and monitor health interventions at a much lower cost.
A demonstrator holds a sign during a rally in support of abortion rights on May 3, 2022 in Seattle, Washington. David Ryder/Getty Images

How US policy on abortion affects women in Africa

For countries that look to the US for guidance and for funding, the consequences will go beyond abortion.
People in the world’s poorest countries have not benefited equally from the recent advancements made in cancer. Jonathan Torgovnik for The Hewlett Foundation/Reportage by Getty Images

Cervical cancer is a disease of inequity: here’s how to save 60 million lives

People in the world’s poorest regions have not benefited equally from the recent advancements made in cancer screening, prevention and treatment.
A key change in abortion care during the pandemic was that many providers offered some or all services via telemedicine. (Shutterstock)

How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected abortion care in Canada

Pandemic-related travel restrictions and facility closures initially jeopardized access to abortions, but the pandemic has also become a catalyst for more accessible ways to deliver abortion care.
Women’s need for contraception and contraceptive use must be an ongoing priority. Jonathan Torgovnik for The Hewlett Foundation/Reportage by Getty Images

COVID-19 lockdowns and contraception: unexpected findings in four African countries

Contrary to expectations, researchers found that overall contraceptive use increased in most settings.
Scientists and advocates around the world are in support of evidence-based, science-informed public policies. Joseph Gruber/Shutterstock

Turning findings into policy: six tips for researchers

The changes that society needs, such as preventing adolescent pregnancies, will not happen until researchers can use their findings to influence policy change.
Ccommunication tended to be one-sided and used fear. Prostock-studio/Shutterstock

Let’s not talk about sex: insights into how Kenyan parents talk to their teens

Equipping parents with the right information on what to talk about, and how to talk about it, is a key step in addressing challenges to sexual health.

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