Latina women have the highest rate of cervical cancer among all women in the United States, according to data from the CDC.
Anti-abortion advocates rallied at the Texas Capitol on Saturday, waving flags and cheering on speeches by Gov. Greg Abbott and other politicians.
University Health System has plans to build a $390 million Women and Children’s Tower to provide expanded care for women, children, and premature infants.
In an overnight vote, the Senate approved a measure that prohibits local and state government agencies from contracting with abortion providers and their affiliates.
The Healthy Families Network is a community action group of more than 40 organizations “pulling together to make sure that women’s health stays a priority.”
Texas health officials on Tuesday delivered a final legal notice to nix the funding Planned Parenthood receives through the Medicaid program.
The list of preventive services that women can receive without paying anything out of pocket under the health law could grow if proposed recommendations by a group of mostly medical providers are adopted by federal officials later this year.
Kieley Parker never imagined she would need an antidepressant.
What happens when a baby is born premature and the mother isn’t able to produce breast milk?
Health care providers, funeral operators and women’s rights activists on Thursday are expected to tell Texas health officials that a rule requiring the cremation or burial of fetal remains will do little to improve public health and could be burdensome to women who miscarry and those seeking abortions.