There are only two types of intra-uterine devices available in Australia and women are paying hundreds of dollars for them.
A summer working on trails in the burned-out Oregon backcountry taught me that while humans may find profound beauty in nature, it does not exist for us.
Ruby Rose Posted An Extremely Graphic Video Of Her Neck Surgery, Revealing That Stunts Had Left Her At Risk Of Paralysis
The Batwoman star needed emergency surgery after two injured discs came close to severing her spinal cord.
Oprah Winfrey Recently Had A Health Scare So Serious, The Doctor Asked For A Hug When She Got The All-Clear
After a trip overseas, Winfrey ended up in the emergency room, where she was diagnosed with pneumonia and advised to see a lung specialist.
Local police launched a formal investigation into the girl’s death almost a week later, following outrage from parents and Kenyan lawmakers.
These Teens Were Hospitalized With Vaping Injuries. Now They're Sharing Their Stories And Helping Other Young People Quit.
"I want people to look at me and use me as an example and picture them in that situation."
Doctors and lawyers say they have lost contact with the men detained in Port Moresby.
But refugees cannot ask the courts to order for transfers to Australia.
Despite Warnings About Rapists And Murderers, Only Two Refugees Seeking Medical Treatment Raised Security Questions
There were dramatic warnings about criminals flooding Australia — but six months into medevac transfers, the government can’t say if it has ever used its security veto.
Women With Pregnancy Complications On Nauru Waited For Days While Lawyers Fought Over Their Medical Care
"Pregnancy and birth are only normal until they become abnormal — and if that happens on a place like Nauru, it is very difficult to transfer a woman."
"Desperate parents told me of children who could not eat and drink and were wasting away before their eyes."
"Calories and children do not need to be in the same sentence even if it’s a joke."
A Coroner Advised How To Stop Refugees Dying In Detention A Year Ago And The Government Still Hasn't Responded
The government said it would respond to the findings of the inquest into the death of Hamid Khazaei by the end of 2018.
A study using data from 3,300 women and girls suggests moon cups are safe and result in similar, or lower, amounts of leakage than disposable pads or tampons.
Women in regional New South Wales were driving 130km to Victoria to terminate a pregnancy. They'll now travel double that to Canberra.
But the head of the industry's peak body says creating a "league table" of IVF clinics will deter doctors from taking on complicated fertility cases.
“It has taken me a long time to let myself feel sad.”
‘‘He Stomped On My Stomach”: This Is What It’s Like When Violence And Coercion Are Involved In An Abortion
Reproductive coercion is when someone prevents you from making decisions about your reproductive health.
Anti-Vax Messages Are Being Targeted As A Top Priority In A UK Government Crackdown On Disinformation
As the government homes in on the anti-vax movement, BuzzFeed News has analysed the online presence of the UK's biggest anti-vax network.
Dame's founders claim in their suit that the MTA violated their rights to "free speech, due process, and equal protection" by blocking the ads.
"FLAT TUMMY PRODUCTS FOR PREGNANT WOMEN?"
Suicides are increasing at a particularly alarming rate among indigenous women.
“I knew that to be the kind of parent that my two kids needed I couldn’t have any more kids.”
Some of the suggested methods can be downright dangerous.
About half of 17-year-olds in Australia have had sex, researchers say.
"I left and got my medical training... and now I’m back to serve the women of Alabama, and they deserve better."
"It makes me happy to see you use your platform to help people embrace their scars and the story behind them."
Many people living in remote communities can't get dialysis there — even though they say being on country helps their health.
With Nowhere Else To Go, This Dialysis Patient From A Remote Community Has Spent Years In A Short-Stay Hostel
“Some of us mightn’t be alive” by the time they get public housing, one dialysis patient said.
"You can understand if you're the local MP and there's an election coming and you can announce, 'I've got a headspace in my electorate', that looks great."