It is important to remember that we all stand on the shoulders of the women who came before us and who fought for our reproductive freedoms. But the progress they made is ongoing—and we must continue their fight.
For mothers, caring for our heart health is one more way we can show love for our children.
Just one day after the House of Representatives passed the Preventing Maternal Deaths Act, the U.S. Senate passed its companion bill—the Maternal Health Accountability Act.
“I recognized that we can’t wait. The cavalry isn’t coming. I need to step up and do everything I can to make this a more just, humane world.”
When profit-maximizing “pharma bros” hike up the price of drugs, they are disproportionately harming women.
My personal journey through the transition we dare not discuss compels me to break the silence around menopause.
Is this an essay about health and feminism? Yes and no.
Over 15,000 women are protesting Summer’s Eve—claiming its products promote manipulative marketing, include toxic products and have poor ingredient disclosure.
The only thing more startling about rising uterine fibroid (UF) diagnosis rates—1 in 3 women will experience UF in their lifetime—may be the global silence about this women’s health crisis. Sateria Venable founded The Fibroid Foundation to break that silence.
Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick’s new Netflix documentary, “The Bleeding Edge,” reveals the dangers of the world of under-regulated medical devices—and their disproportionate impacts on women’s lives.