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As required by the Affordable Care Act, the Obama Administration reiterated that insurers and insurance plans must cover at no cost to consumers at least one form of contraception in each of the 18 FDA -approved methods.
A judge ruled that a CA school district's abstinence-only sexual education programs failed to provide its students with complete information on sexual health and disease prevention, thus failing to comply with California state law.
Drug-resistant gonorrhea is spreading to such an extent that the World Health Organization has declared it a global concern and warned that without new drugs, infections may one day become untreatable.
A study found that low-income and uninsured women in states that are not expanding their ACA Medicaid coverage are less likely to receive breast and cervical cancer screenings compared to those in states that are implementing expansions.
Syphilis is currently epidemic among men who have sex with men in the United States and in many other parts of the world. This is occurring despite more than 70 years of remarkable progress in controlling this disease.