Study finds physician parents often turn down career-advancing opportunities and aren’t comfortable discussing work-family conflicts with leaders. How pandemic-era changes may help.
Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital
For low-income pregnant patients, health insurance disruptions may make it less likely that they receive recommended prenatal and postpartum care.
Study finds prevalence of suicidal thoughts and self-harm among childbearing women nearly tripled over a decade, with an estimated 24,000 individuals at potential suicide risk.
Underinsured Transgender Americans More Likely to Turn to Riskier Sources for Gender-Affirming Hormones
Study finds an estimated 170,000 people who are transgender may access hormones from friends, online or other non-licensed sources, which poses health and safety risks.
Affordable Care Act’s elimination of out-of-pocket costs for contraception was associated with fewer births, especially among low income families.
When states expanded Medicaid eligibility, pregnant people were less likely to have disruptions in health care insurance around the time of pregnancy.