reproductive health

 
Are strong-armed tactics by Big Pharma behind the country’s birth control shortage?
Are strong-armed tactics by Big Pharma behind the country’s birth control shortage?
It was a sunny afternoon in May when Lulama Shongwe made her way to the University of...
Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
Irish expatriates are returning to Ireland on Friday to vote on a referendum that will decide the fate of an amendment that could potentially ban...
Should government health schemes pay for infertility treatment?
Should government health schemes pay for infertility treatment?
Infertility affects up to 180-million couples worldwide, shows new research released today. The study argues that infertility treatment should...
Abortion in South Africa: A reporting guide for journalists
Abortion in South Africa: A reporting guide for journalists
Abortion has been legal in South Africa for decades. Until 1997, however, access to termination of pregnancy services was extremely limited and...
13 things that will change the way you look at abortion
13 things that will change the way you look at abortion
Abortion has been legal in South Africa for more than 20 years. So why do women continue to flock to illegal abortionists and put their lives in...
No fetus scan, no abortion. Really?
No fetus scan, no abortion. Really?
A proposed Bill by the African Christian Democratic Party could endanger legal abortions in South Africa, doctors have warned.
'It didn't take long for [the fetus] to come out. There was a human-like form.'
'It didn't take long for [the fetus] to come out. There was a human-like form.'
The young woman started undressing while the man prepared the medication, breaking one tablet in half. She took off her jeans and her panties and...
When it’s not just PMS: Could your period be affecting your mental health?
When it’s not just PMS: Could your period be affecting your mental health?
Susan Wells knows only too well when her period is coming.
How Trump's global 'gag rule' policy threatens health clinics
How Trump's global 'gag rule' policy threatens health clinics
Each day that Elizabeth Akoth sets out to speak to young girls about family planning, the 23-year-old sees how myths about the use of contraceptives are entrenched in her west Kenya community....
[Video]Infertility and tradition: 'Society thinks having children is your womanhood'
[Video]Infertility and tradition: 'Society thinks having children is your womanhood'
We speak to a young, black woman who is infertile about the stigma she faces in her community.

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