Posts tagged "pregnancy"

Oct. 22 news: Ebola, pregnancy discrimination, gender definition, public charge changes, Juul health effects

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Oct. 2 news: African swine fever, infant child mortality, opioid abuse, flu season, medication during pregnancy

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July 16 news: Water access, millennial depression, Juul lobbying, vibrio outbreak, diet study

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April 2 news: National Public Health Week, vaping in schools, folic acid and autism, blood pressure and miscarriage, NIH alcohol funding

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Feb. 28 news: New opioid funding, elbow sneezing, smoking and pregnancy, Lassa fever in Nigeria

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Feb. 16 news: HHS backs CDC gun violence research, flu vaccine effectiveness, Legionnaries’ in Illinois

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Oct. 24 news: Flawed maternal death data, New York state vaping ban, diabetes screening working

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July 5 news: Hepatitis A, Alzheimer’s and dementia linked to vascular disease, overdose antidote stigma

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March 3 news: Pregnancy rates, Head Start program in Flint, sleep study

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'One Key Question' to revolutionize reproductive, public health

‘One Key Question’ to revolutionize reproductive, public health

A public health movement in Oregon — where doctors query every woman of reproductive age — could make women and families healthier across the nation. It's called "One Key Question."

A ‘condomology’ lesson

The facts about condom use show that most sexually active people use them incorrectly, if at all. Two-thirds of sex acts among single adults don’t involve a condom. Experts say these problems are easily solvable.

National Campaign takes new approach to reach young women

The National Campaign has teamed up with the Ad Council to develop a mobile program called Bedsider that provides young women ages 18-24 with information on birth control methods and guidance on using it consistently. Coined as a “free support network for birth control,” the new site allows young women to explore available methods of...