Many women want to have children, but they want to have them when they’re ready. If you get pregnant when you didn’t plan on it, you have options.
Each year, 2.7 million women, men, and young people rely on Planned Parenthood for essential health care services like birth control, cancer screenings, STD testing and treatment, and well-woman exams.
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Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest’s Latina Leadership Academy just celebrated its first graduating class!
Birth control methods vary far and wide. There’s a method for nearly every body and lifestyle. In fact, there are about 12 methods in total and counting.
In case you weren’t already a fan of Mae Whitman, star of Parenthood and The Duff, we’re about to give you a good reason to jump on the bandwagon.
Maybe you’ve been a patient at Planned Parenthood, or maybe you know someone who has — which is likely, considering 1 in 5 women in America will visit a Planned Parenthood health center at some time in her life.
Breast health is an important part of preventive care. From staying healthy in general to talking to your doctor if you find a lump, education is key in keeping on top of it.
This year, on Glamour’s 25th anniversary of the award, our very own Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, was named Woman of the Year.
California students will now have access to expanded sexual health education, thanks to a new state law supported by Planned Parenthood.
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