A new educational animation that debuted at the Museum of Science in Boston over the summer aims to give parents and children the chance to learn about menstruation.
Carmen Messerlian, assistant professor of environmental reproductive, perinatal, and pediatric epidemiology, studies how the world around us—everything from chemical exposures to trauma to climate change—can affect reproductive health and development.
People with a history of endometriosis had a greater risk for stroke than those without endometriosis, a study found.
COVID-19 vaccines may cause small changes in menstrual cycles, but those changes are temporary, according to preliminary results from the Apple Women’s Health Study.
Middle-aged women with symptoms of PTSD may face faster cognitive decline than women without such symptoms, according to a study from Harvard Chan School.
Given that nearly 40% of abortion patients are Black women, concerns have been raised that new restrictions on the procedure will result in more deaths in that group.
The impacts of losing the constitutional right to abortion have been immediate and widespread, disproportionately falling on people of color and poor people. The policy response to this public health crisis should be well-coordinated and extend beyond reproductive…
The Supreme Court ruling that overturned the constitutional right to abortion also supported the inaccurate claim that reproductive health care is a tool of eugenics, according to Dean Michelle Williams.
Excessive heat—the number one killer of all natural disasters—has been on the rise over the past decade, and experts expect it to get worse because of the climate crisis.
Higher levels of optimism were associated with longer lifespan and living beyond age 90 in women across racial and ethnic groups in a study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.