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Cervical cancer death rates are much higher than thought, study says

2017-01-23
The risk of dying from cervical cancer might be much higher than experts previously thought, and women are encouraged to continue recommended cancer screenings.

Planned Parenthood: Fast facts and revealing numbers

2017-01-17
Planned Parenthood is in the spotlight as Republicans push to block funding for the group because it provides abortions for women.

Preteens need only two rounds of HPV vaccine, CDC says

2016-10-24
Young people who get the human papillomavirus vaccine before turning 15 need only two doses, rather than three, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced last week.

Should there really be a cutoff age for mammograms?

2016-11-29
Doctors in the US have long recommended that women start getting mammograms, which screen for breast cancer, in their 40s, but there has been ongoing debate on the age when women should stop getting the biennial screenings.

States protect no-cost contraception, vasectomy

2017-01-21
Even before President Elect Donald Trump suggested Obamacare was in jeopardy, Republican cries of "replace and repeal" inspired some states to protect the no-cost contraceptive benefit guaranteed under the federal bill.

Study: Facebook can actually make us more narrow-minded

2017-01-22
On the surface, it seems like social media has the boundless potential to expand our world, connecting us to ideas and people we otherwise would never have found. However, a new study claims just the opposite: Social media actually isolates us, creating and facilitating confirmation biases and echo chambers where old -- and sometimes erroneous -- information is just regurgitated over and over again.

How to get kids to step up and get involved

2017-01-20
Katie Danziger, a mom of three in New York City, remembers when her daughter, a college senior, called last year as there were demonstrations around racial issues on campuses across the country.