BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — Lying inside a scanner, the patient watched as pictures appeared one by one: A bicycle. A cupcake. Heroin. Outside, researchers tracked her brain’s reactions to the surprise sight of the drug she’d fought to kick.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal program to help injured veterans and their spouses conceive children through in vitro fertilization is being hobbled by anti-abortion forces that oppose how the process can lead to embryos being destroyed.
In the face of new restrictions on abortions in several states in the U.S., women who are seeking an abortion are now turning to buying pills from foreign suppliers and state officials are unsure that there is much they can do to stop it, as reported by Reuters.
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A growing number of states have passed laws in hopes of helping patients get the medication they want despite the cost, including Maine under a new law recently signed by Democratic Gov. Janet Mills.
MIAMI (AP) — Jose Garcia carried a drawstring backpack full of used syringes as he walked into the converted shipping container that serves as the base for Florida’s only hypodermic needle exchange program.