poppy-noor

Article image
I love being a pharmacist, but the UK’s drug shortage makes me want to give up – and Brexit makes it worse | Mike Hewitson
Telling patients I can’t get their life-saving medication is awful. The government must act to prevent a real tragedy, says pharmacist Mike Hewitson

Mike Hewitson

17, May, 2024 @10:00 AM

Article image
Tracking abortion laws across the United States
Abortion is now banned in 14 states, while three have banned the procedure past roughly six weeks of pregnancy

Carter Sherman and Andrew Witherspoon with additional reporting by Jessica Glenza and Poppy Noor

01, May, 2024 @7:48 PM

Article image
The pet I’ll never forget: Troy the puppy stole my pizza, shamed me – and showed me how much I could love
The first few months were hard, but I finally made my peace with that little bundle of untrained energy. I think it will make me a better mother

Poppy Noor

26, Jun, 2023 @10:00 AM

Article image
A year after Roe’s fall, fears of US abortion bans become reality
Many states have passed restrictions, and inequalities along racial and economic lines have widened – but there is hope

Poppy Noor

23, Jun, 2023 @3:45 PM

Article image
What it’s like to cover abortion while pregnant: ‘People saw me as a container for a child’
As she’s about to take maternity leave, Poppy Noor writes about witnessing the decimation of women’s rights while on the road as a reproductive rights reporter

Poppy Noor

23, Jun, 2023 @11:00 AM

Article image
Friday briefing: Life under an American abortion ban, told through one woman’s tragic story
In today’s newsletter: On the anniversary of Roe v Wade’s overturning, one woman tells her story of being forced to carry a baby to term

Esther Addley and Poppy Noor

23, Jun, 2023 @5:55 AM

Article image
‘They forced me to carry my baby to the end’: women of color on being denied abortion
Anya Cook and Samantha Casiano were forced to navigate pregnancies with complications in post-Roe America

Poppy Noor

22, Jun, 2023 @12:00 PM

Article image
Days of desperation: the diary of a woman forced to flee Texas for an abortion
Lauren Miller’s fetus had fatal brain abnormalities. Her pregnancy threatened her life, and that of her twin boy. Now, she is one of 15 women suing the state

Lauren Miller, with introduction by Poppy Noor

19, Jun, 2023 @7:00 AM

Article image
Indiana abortion doctor who spoke out about child rape victim can keep license
Medical board rules Dr Caitlin Bernard can continue practicing after discussing case of 10-year-old who travelled for abortion

Poppy Noor

26, May, 2023 @1:25 PM

Article image
Fresh US abortion bans show Republicans trying to soften message
Lawmakers in Nebraska and North Carolina shift to ‘common sense’ abortion laws that are more restrictive than they seem

Poppy Noor

21, May, 2023 @11:00 AM

Article image
Abortion pill case: where does the lawsuit against the pill currently stand?
The fifth circuit court of appeals is considering the future of mifepristone after the supreme court blocked new restrictions

Poppy Noor

17, May, 2023 @1:19 PM

Article image
How mifepristone became a target of the US anti-abortion movement
The abortion pill, first invented in 1980 in France, was slow to be accepted in the US. Now, it’s at the center of a major court fight

Poppy Noor

17, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

1 / 40 pages