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Florida's Impending Abortion Ban to Leave Care Vacuum in South

April 4, 2024

Amita Vyas spoke with Bloomberg on the impact of Florida's 6-week abortion ban.

Supreme Court likely to preserve access to abortion drug Mifepristone

March 27, 2024

Julia Strasser spoke with FOX5 DC about the issues raised by Supreme Court justices in the medication abortion case.

Early Inadequate Childcare is Associated with Later Poor Maternal Health, Study Finds

March 26, 2024

The Editor's Choice study in the March/April Women's Health Issues addresses the relationship between childcare precarity and maternal mental health.

In abortion pill case, US high court may undermine drug regulator

March 25, 2024

Liz Borkowski told AFP about the potential consequences should the Supreme Court decide to interfere in FDA's scientific determinations on mifepristone.

How A Shortage Of Healthcare Workers Complicates Contraceptive Access

March 11, 2024

Julia Strasser spoke to Upstream USA about the importance of provider distribution in ensuring access to contraceptive care.

Is the Constitution Bad for Your Health? Symposium Will Feature Jacobs Institute Speakers

March 8, 2024

Sara Imershein, Julia Strasser, and Sonia Suter will speak about the reproductive health and rights at a symposium on March 22, 2024.

Conservatives Gear Up for EPA Revamp in 2025

February 26, 2024

Liz Borkowski responded to plans to change how EPA operates.

Texas fights Biden over saving the life of mothers during crisis pregnancies

January 24, 2024

Sara Rosenbaum spoke to Texas Public Radio about abortion and the EMTALA law.

Hospital Maternity Units are Closing across Michigan

January 12, 2024

Julia Strasser explained to the Michigan Independent how national trends in maternity providers play out in states like Michigan.

EPA to Unveil Scientific Integrity Plan Soon. Will it Work?

January 11, 2024

Liz Borkowski discussed EPA's draft scientific integrity plan with E&E News.

Gibbs Leadership Prize: Best Manuscripts of 2023 in Women’s Health Issues

December 18, 2023

The 2023 Gibbs Prize has been awarded to authors of two studies that address substance use during pregnancy.

Is abortion access in peril (even where it's legal)? Supreme Court case could tip balance.

December 14, 2023

Sara Rosenbaum told USA Today that if the Supreme Court rules against FDA's current mifepristone rules, it “would be the equivalent of a nationwide ban.”