How Chesapeake Urology stopped talking about itself – and started talking about patients
They're meant to protect patients and doctors. But not all patients see it that way.
Will cuts to a federal pregnancy-prevention program change the trend?
When pediatricians take time to explain benefits, families listen
A young mother almost died. Here are the tools that could have helped her.
How demand for long-term birth control played out this spring, and why that could change
Faced with uncertainty over coverage, more women are seeking long-term birth control
New data shows a 19 percent jump in visits linked to the long-term contraceptive
Concern about Zika climbs — and testing is up by 33 percent