There are hopes that New Zealand will follow Ireland's lead in changing the law around abortion soon.
Removing the taboos surrounding menstruation and ensuring hygiene issues don’t stop girls attending school are the aim of Menstrual Hygiene Day.
Microbiologist Dr Siouxsie Wiles shares insights on a new study that shows menstrual cups and cotton tampons may not be as safe as people are being led to believe.
Women who struggle to have children due to polycystic ovary syndrome may in future be able to regain fertility by rewiring their brains, new research suggests.
Fijian women living in New Zealand are worse off when it comes to family planning and reproductive health than women back in Fiji, a new study suggests.
Health Central talks to Associate Minister of Health Julie Anne Genter about the health benefits of getting people out of cars, sexual health, disability support and climate change.
Research shows alarming rates of vitamin D deficiency in South Island women and their babies.
Having one of the only Prime Ministers in history to give birth in office – happening in the same year as the 125th anniversary of women’s suffrage – is a “wonderful, positive thing!”