After the success of the collaboration between 'Merck More than a Mother' and Indian and Indonesian fertility experts to provide practical embryology training, Merck will connect Africa with Asia to empower infertile women.
April is National Minority Health Month and an opportune time to raise awareness about health disparities, their causes, and solutions to improve the health of all Americans.
Volunteer advocates from the Massachusetts chapters of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention are visiting the state capitol on Thursday, April 13th to ask their state legislative leaders to support funding for prevention.
A Pennsylvania volunteer fire company says it has canceled this year's Easter egg hunt for children because of "unruly" parents in past years.
April 10 is National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, and groups like AIDS Alliance joins Advocates for Youth in highlighting both the impact of the epidemic on young people and the contributions they have made.
LGBT couples are pushing legislation requiring insurance companies to cover in vitro fertilization for more couples, including making Hawaii the first state to require the coverage for surrogates, which would help gay couples who must use a surrogate.
The Nebraska Supreme Court says a former state policy banning same-sex couples from serving as foster parents or adopting wards of the state was akin to hanging a "Whites Only" sign on a hiring-office door.
After the end of a relationship that lasted almost 40 years, Debra Parks, 62, sued to have her rights recognized by the court. According to Family Court Judge Thomas White, Parks had a common law marriage with her partner.
Folks on Sesame Street have a way of making everyone feel accepted.
A mommy blogger from Louisiana reportedly called off her family vacation to Disney World after learning the live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" has, what she calls, an "exclusively gay moment."