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  • Marijuana Topicals Have Become Twice as Popular With Women as Men

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  • Inside a Marijuana Lab

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  • What happens to abortion rights if the Supreme Court overrules Roe v. Wade?

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  • Supreme Court to hear Mississippi abortion law challenging Roe v. Wade

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  • Addressing the mental health, trauma that Black women face in America

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  • March of Dimes report highlights racial disparities in premature births

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  • Non-profit fights to support Oklahoma woman prosecuted for miscarriage

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  • Breast cancer vaccine research is ‘very exciting,’ doctor says

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  • New hope for breast cancer vaccine is in the works at Cleveland Clinic

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  • What cancer survivors want people to know about their experience and needs

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  • 2 doctors who are breast cancer survivors give health advice

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  • Missouri's new Medicaid rules for abortion providers take effect

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  • Women's health center resumes abortions after judge temporarily halts ban

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  • Federal judge temporarily blocks Texas law banning most abortions

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  • What to know about newly discovered breast cancer gene

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  • Kimberly Atkins Stohr: Mississippi abortion case is a “frontal assault on Roe V. Wade”

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  • Women’s reproductive rights divide the nation

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  • Watch: Thousands march in protest against Texas abortion law, Roe v. Wade challenge

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  • Hoda and Jenna think pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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  • Elizabeth Hurley talks about breast cancer awareness, her son and more

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Study: Blood pressure drugs linked to cancer risk

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A study from Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center reveal that women taking calcium-channel blockers were two and a half times more likely to develop breast cancer, though other types of blood pressure medication did not have the same result.