There are a lot of myths out there about sex. Our educators, Karen and Hillary, help clear up the misunderstandings.
U.S. teen pregnancy and birth rates are the lowest they’ve ever been, and more teens are using birth control and delaying sex altogether.
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Planned Parenthood has been providing high-quality health care services to the people of Imperial Valley for more than a year at our beautiful, modern health center; the services and education we provide in this region are critical.
This week is National Nurses Week, and Planned Parenthood is saying “thank you” to the compassionate and skilled nurses who work every day to keep the women, men, and young people in their communities healthy.
Our educators, Karen and Hillary, are back at it again — explaining what it’s like to Get Yourself Tested (GYT), pop-quiz style.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Planned Parenthood recently released a new survey that shows the lack of education around consent and sexual assault — demonstrating the need to integrate these concepts into sex education nationwide.
This April, Governor Jerry Brown signed the landmark legislation that made California one of the first states in the nation to raise its statewide minimum wage to $15 an hour and give workers three earned sick days by 2022.
Spot On — Planned Parenthood’s new period-tracking app — not only helps users manage their periods, but helps them understand their sexual health and how birth control fits into their lives.
You’re hot, you’re moody, and you can’t remember the last time you got a good night’s sleep, let alone where you left your keys. Welcome to the club, you’re in perimenopause!
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