The CDC estimates up to 10,300 pregnant women will contract Zika before year's end. Come on, Congress.
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Here's what we read and loved on the internet this week.
The results are in on the effects of an Ohio Supreme Court ruling that limited access to medication abortion -- and they're not pretty.
The "British Tina Fey" makes the best case you've ever read for not having kids. And for feminism too.
A big article in The New York Times examines single motherhood and poverty, but fails to mention birth control. That's quite the omission.
As she gears up for a big family-planning summit in London, Melinda Gates goes on "The Colbert Report" and CNN to dispel pesky rumors about her contraceptive campaign.
You know what doesn’t do a lot to help reduce unwanted births? Putting women in sole charge of contraception, then making it nigh-impossible for them to exercise any reproductive freedom. We could improve sex ed, affordability of birth control pills, …
Well here’s a story that sounds like an urban legend: Villagers in China unearthed a mysterious plant that they thought might be some type of mushroom. It’s described as “fleshy and meaty,” with “something that looks like lips” at one …