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Pandemic-induced depression and anxiety is exploding the already stark mental health gender disparities. The health care system isn't equipped to meet the growing need.
After years of protest, a top hospital ended intersex surgeries. For activists, it took a deep toll.
Intersex youth surgeries have deep ties to racism in the U.S. Last month, Lurie Children's Hospital became the first in the country to end the operations.
The pandemic has put “non-urgent” health care on the back burner for people across the country. For women’s health, particularly, the outcomes could be profound.
Some researchers and politicians call for pregnant people to be included in coronavirus vaccine testing
Pregnant people aren't typically included in major vaccine trials, but a new argument has begun to take hold: Leaving pregnant people out of vaccine trials puts them at a greater risk.
A coalition of mostly Black female activists is asking public health officials to extend their stay-at-home orders.
A Q&A with Ai-jen Poo, the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance.