Here are some of the top health stories in women's lives in the last year. With any luck, 2016 will see progress in international health issues, especially those that go hand in hand with women's parity issues.
Opponents of same-sex marriage hope to gain support from at least 38 of the 50 states to push for a constitutional convention to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling.
A lesbian mother from Alabama who had previously been denied visitation rights to see her three children despite having legally adopted them in Georgia is receiving support.
In one of his first acts as governor, Kentucky's Matt Bevin (R) issued an executive order on Tuesday that removes the names of county clerks from being printed on marriage licenses.
With parents and friends like these, who needs enemies?
Limiting a child's exposure to toxic chemicals is a big issue for many parents, but finding eco-friendly products may cost big money.
Slovenians held a referendum Sunday on whether to allow same-sex marriage for the first time in any of the former communist nations of Central and Eastern Europe.
A Texas group that helps children has received a surprise $50,000 donation left under a baby Jesus figure.
A same-sex couple is suing North Carolina to force officials to put both women's names on their children's birth certificates.
One of two embryos split, resulting in triplets.