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Herminia Palacio

Herminia Palacio, President and CEO of Guttmacher Institute, considers the intersection between Covid-19 and sexual and reproductive health.

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Research

Duty Bound and Globally Gagged

While details of a Trump-style Global Gag Rule remain unclear, the executive order has the potential to devastate the health of men, women, children, and families alike.

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Judge not.

What difference has the Global Gag rule made in the lives of real women around the world?

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Family Non-Planning

Changes to Title X could impose an impossible choice for American women: accept limited and potentially misleading care or forgo family planning altogether.

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2017 Year in Review

David Jones reflects on the past year at Public Health Post, including the top five articles of 2017.

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Saving on the Snip

Male sexual and reproductive services available at publicly funded California health clinics are limited, and vasectomies are not covered by many insurance plans.

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Minimum Wage as Birth Control

Preventing teen pregnancy requires big picture thinking: policies that address the underlying social and economic problems – the minimum wage being just one of many – are more likely to achieve this goal than policies that focus on narrow targets such as sex education.

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In Search of Sex-Ed

Sexual education remains a topic shrouded in controversy in Lebanon’s patriarchal, male-dominated culture. In response to the alarming lack of sexual and reproductive health knowledge in the Lebanese community, a number of individuals and organizations have been diligently working to provide the public with reliable, comprehensive SRH information.

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