Most conversations about birth control pills usually focus on pregnancy prevention. And while birth control pills do a great job at that, it’s good (and really important) to remember that a large number of women take the pill for reasons that have NOTHING to do with pregnancy.
In light of recent events, we want to be a source of information about the ACA: what the contraceptive mandate is, how changes by the Trump administration would negatively impact our society, and what women can do now.
Hooray! We’re all breathing a sigh of relief now that the Republicans’ proposed bill got turned down and the Affordable Healthcare Act (ACA) continued to live for another day.
Pandia Health Founder and CEO Dr. Sophia Yen answers questions about birth control side effects and potential health issues.
To celebrate Independence Day, we wanted to share this poem on how the birth control has given independence and freedom to women.
Congratulations! You just graduated! Now what?
The FDA approved the birth control Pill 57 years ago today. This revolutionized women’s quality of life across the US with its positive impact on society as well as health benefits to women.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (#SAAPM) and we wanted to bring your attention to a few resources which highlight this issue.
Women's rights is an issue that we at Pandia Health take very seriously as our mission is founded on the belief that better access to affordable, convenient and dignified services for reproductive health will make women's lives easier. Our team members proudly marched alongside tens of thousands of women in San Francisco, San Jose, and Oakland on January 21. We believe that this march is more than just a reaction to our presidential election, but it was also to stand up for what we believe are human rights: equal pay, civil and LGBTQ rights, and of course reproductive health and affordable health care rights.