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Kate Daniel
Kate Daniel

Kate Daniel is a freelance writer and journalist from the Pacific Northwest specializing in health and wellness and travel. She was previously a reporter for Whidbey News Group, where she received four regional awards for her work. 

The 1864 law criminalizes all abortions except those necessary to save a pregnant person's life.
The justices' decision could restrict or protect abortion pill access for millions of Americans.
Strong relationships aid in recovery from OUD, but they come with potential pitfalls.
Opioid use disorder can be deadly. Recovery is possible with medication, counseling and therapy.
Supplements for circulation can help some people with ED, but L-arginine may not be enough.
The opioid crisis has claimed more than half a million lives in a little more than 30 years.
These conditions can be severe and last for years after the 6-8 week postpartum period.
Research suggests the chances of a clot drop by 80 percent within two weeks of quitting.
The leading causes of infant death were maternal health complications and bacterial sepsis.
It's may be possible to prevent pregnancy by slightly raising the temperature of testes.