How A Dietitian & Activist Coped After Gaining 100K Instagram Followers
“All the time and energy I spend on Instagram posts is made worth it when Black women can see themselves in this conversation.”
Here’s What COVID Brain Fog Feels Like — And What To Do About It
“It seems so silly that you couldn’t automatically think of what you wanted immediately.”
GameStop Stocks Are The Internet’s Main Character This Week
Plus, what the drama means for making investing more accessible.
Abortion Advocates’ Biggest Priorities For The Next 4 Years
Forty-eight years since Roe v. Wade, there’s still a lot of work to do.
Rep. Nikema Williams On The Capitol Insurrection & What Comes Next
“What the country went through on Jan. 6 is my everyday as a Black woman.”
3 Major Reproductive Rights Cases To Watch This Month
The fate of abortion access may depend on them.
Why These Progressive Organizers Are Feeling Optimistic About The Georgia Runoffs
“The Georgia shift is being led by young people and young women especially.”
They Recovered From COVID, But Their Periods Have Been Weird Ever Since
A reproductive health expert explains what could be up.
Why Nikema Williams Is Optimistic About Georgia Voters Flipping The Senate
“We are breaking all the norms in this election.”
Can You Get The COVID Vaccine If You Want To Get Pregnant Soon?
Doctors explain what you should know.
What It's Like To Be A Ballot Curing Volunteer In Georgia
After a long election night, one woman felt there was more she could do to help get votes counted.
How Abortion Rights Mobilized The Hell Out Of Georgia
“I hate to say that it had to get this bad for people to feel engaged, but maybe it did.”
What It’s Like To Be In A COVID-19 Vaccine Trial
Two injections, some side effects, and major peace of mind.
Doctors Explain Why Breast Self-Exams Aren’t Actually Recommended Anymore
Plus, what you can do instead.
“Women Felt Scared To Complain”: How The Pandemic Is Complicating Health Care
Getting yourself checked out “greatly outweighs the risk of COVID.”
Experts Explain Why Instagram’s Effects On Mental Health Aren’t All Bad
10 years since the app’s launch, researchers have a more nuanced understanding of its affects on well-being.
Why I Started Providing Medication Abortions During The Pandemic
Dr. Julie Amaon explains what a “perfect world” for reproductive health care looks like to her.
How Medication Abortion Access Has Changed Over 20 Years
And what advocates hope comes next.
Law Experts Explain What Could Be Next For Roe V. Wade
After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, reproductive rights advocates fear the worst.
These COVID Patients Thought They Recovered. Then Their Symptoms Came Back.
“It does make me wonder if it’ll ever finally go away for good.”