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No, submitting junk data to period tracking apps won’t protect reproductive...

Katie Siek, Indiana University; Alexander L. Hayes, Indiana University, and Zaidat Ibrahim, Indiana University Social media users posted ideas...

How the tampon shortage is exacerbating period poverty in the US

Marni Sommer, Columbia University Tampons have become the latest household product to fall foul of supply chain issues.

From healthy births to sustainable management, 5 essential reads on the...

Leah Samuel, The Conversation As the most common route for arriving into the world, the human vagina has, of...

Short-sleepers are more likely to suffer from irregular and heavy periods

Kat Kennedy, University of Arizona and Sara Nowakowski, Baylor College of Medicine The Research Brief is a short take...

How a Native American coming-of-age ritual is making a comeback

Rosalyn R. LaPier, The University of Montana The Ojibwe, one of the largest indigenous groups in North America, with communities from Quebec to Montana, are...

Ack! I need chocolate! The science of PMS food cravings

Sara Twogood, University of Southern California Premenstrual food cravings are the punchline of endless jokes. Like most good jokes, they’re funny because they’re true. Certain parts...

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Emily Brant, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences and Kristina E. Rudd, University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Can an otherwise...