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.
There is a high burden of reproductive illnesses among Nigerian women but a lot of it hidden because of an unspoken rule of silence.
The proposed bill demonstrates the political will to address these preventable and avoidable morbidities and deaths.
Nexplanon, a long-acting reversible contraceptive that is implanted in the arm for up to three years, is a welcome addition to birth control options in Canada.
Students in Nigeria used home remedies to prevent pregnancy after sex and had doubts about the efficacy of medically approved pills.
The aim is to reduce maternal deaths, address the unmet need for family planning and end gender-based violence by 2030.
While the abortion debate continues worldwide, even in countries where it has long been legal, new drugs and telemedicine services could provide access to safe abortion beyond borders and laws.
For women and men not ready to have children, there are new ways to preserve fertility. And experimental techniques offer hope for sick children whose treatments jeopardize future childbearing.
Many countries still don’t openly and comprehensively address sexual and reproductive health.
The ongoing debate is a continuation of the Philippines' long journey towards reproductive health - and its having been turned into a political and moral issue by various actors.
When men deny the paternity of children, many South African women feel like they have no recourse. Making DNA tests affordable and accessible could change this.
Teenage pregnancy is a massive problem in Kenya. But for this to change, young women need access to information and education rather than moral lectures.