My commitment to reproductive justice only deepened after I became a mom.
Abortion wasn’t always a moral, political, and legal tinderbox. What changed?
Some SRH-related concerns provoke negative moral judgments that can influence everything from patient care to research funding.
Respecting the Circle of Life incorporates concepts important to Indigenous communities to help young people reduce pregnancy and STI risks.
Emerging research on infertility, reproductive coercion, and barriers to care for transgender and nonbinary people aims for a more inclusive scope of care.
Expanding access at a pivotal moment in the movement
Access to abortion and other reproductive health care was already inconsistent in the U.S. carceral system. The Dobbs decision will make the situation even worse.
A proposal to solve climate change by reducing fertility violates the tenets of reproductive justice—and sparks tough ethical questions.
Battered by the pandemic’s challenges and pushed to their limits, researchers responded with resilience, creativity, and long hours.
We're arguably more parts microbe than human—and our health depends on their health.
As more communities experiment with guaranteed income, researchers seek to understand how families’ improved finances affect their wellness.
The health care sector plays an outsized role in climate change. Can well-meaning new policies avoid exacerbating inequities?
Opioid industry documents illuminate the cynical strategies that led to thousands of deaths. Can an archive turn the tragic past into a better future?
The inaugural director of the Lyme and Tickborne Diseases Institute tackles the growing threat of tickborne illnesses.
The U.S. needs a national public health system. Here’s why—and how to create it.
Systematic attacks on health facilities and targeting of health workers have become a go-to strategy of modern warfare. What will it take to end these crimes?
Inside the international fight to eliminate commercial tobacco sales
Classical dance training gave me tools to heal after trauma—and to help other survivors in Baltimore and beyond.