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The emotional experiences of a medication abortion and a spontaneously occurring miscarriage may be very different. There’s no right or wrong way to feel! But the physical process, risks, warning signs, potential complications, and treatments are the same. Updated: Aug 15, 2019

The Fake News Behind Fake Health Centers

By: Negar Esfandiari and Madelyn McKeague ,, , , Deep Dive Articles

Imagine you are walking along a road, trying to find a pregnancy clinic. You are looking for the one you found online, the one that promised free services and counseling surrounded by soft colors and pictures of kind-looking women. You...

At a luncheon for anti-abortion organizations in Nashville last month, Mike Pence declared that legal abortion would end “in our time.” This shouldn’t come as a surprise since the Trump administration has been working hard to dismantle access to reproductive...

With stigma, situational factors or personal opinions surrounding a woman's right to make her own reproductive decisions, it can be hard for young women to feel comfortable sharing this decision with their parents.

I originally intended to title this column: “Trump officials can't disguise their anti-birth control lies by claiming to care about women's right to know the truth about their health.” But, that’s way too long, and Al Franken’s book title is...

Medication abortion is safe and effective, but medically unnecessary rules block access — by design.

Who Cares? How Doulas Engage in Radical Acts of Kindness

By: Mary Mahoney and Lauren Mitchell ,, , , Deep Dive Articles

Kindness is not simply a soft skill; it is a powerful tool for changing lives for the better. Now more than ever, we find ourselves fielding questions about the necessity of doulas in the bigger picture of reproductive health services.

There are two abortion methods currently available: a procedure performed in an office or clinic, or an abortion brought on by taking FDA-approved medication. Both methods are safe and effective for ending a pregnancy.

Over 40 years after Jane folded when abortion was legalized, its echoes continue to reverberate. But the right to an abortion has never stopped being under attack.

The NWHN defends women’s sexual and reproductive health and autonomy against anti-choice threats that seek to undermine access to contraception and abortion care.

The Guttmacher Institute recently published a report concluding that birth control failure rates are decreasing across the country, after years of stagnated progress. Each method presented a gap between how…

Women should not have to see a doctor, or “get permission” from the medical community, before ending their pregnancy with safe and effective FDA-approved medications. Updated: Oct 1, 2018