Posts tagged "abortion"

July 1 news: drug affordability, peer mental health counseling, alcohol cancer warnings, abortion, diabetes

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June 19 news: Suicide, abortion, vaccination exemptions, obesity, and health insurance

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June 12 news: Firefighters’ health, Missouri’s Planned Parenthood clinic, bipartisan healthcare hearing, veteran mental health, Ebola in Uganda, LGBTQ healthcare protections

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Dec. 3 news: Abortion rate, measles, longhorned tick, Ebola, Sri Lanka sugar tax

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May 18 news: SNAP changes, gun owners support gun control, Trump abortion restrictions, HPV vaccine, fertility rate

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April 6 news: Neighborhood and ER visits, gun violence, E. coli in NJ, abortion and health, opioid Medicaid limits

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March 20 news: Heart health gap, Lassa fever, gun violence, Supreme Court abortion, low-nicotine cigarettes

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Feb. 23 news: Gun storage, air pollution disparities, vaping, LARCs, TRAP laws

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Jan. 23 news: CHIP relief, CDC urges flu shot, abortion access, pharmacy desert

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Jan. 19 news: Flu season, ADHD diagnoses, abortion denial, fertility rate

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APHA, advocates oppose ‘global gag rule’ reinstatement

APHA, advocates oppose ‘global gag rule’ reinstatement

Today's executive order takes us back to failed policies that harmed women's health, says APHA.
Let women choose: A humble request (backed up by science)

Let women choose: A humble request (backed up by science)

If you attended yesterday's Turnaway Study sessions, you probably walked away with the same conclusion the research did: Women should be allowed to make choices that are best for them.