Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned: How The Future Of Abortion Care In The U.S. May Impact Mental Health, According To Experts
Shama Hyder is CEO of Zen Media, a b2b PR and marketing firm.
Jul 14, 2022,
Mental health and abortion care has long been a topic of discussion, but with the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade on June 24—and effectively eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion—that conversation has become even more timely. But how does having an abortion actually impact mental health, and could a lack of access to such reproductive health care also play a role?
Here’s what you need to know about the future of abortion care in the U.S., and its potential to impact mental health across the nation.
Shama Hyder is the founder & CEO of Zen Media, an award-winning marketing & PR agency for tech-driven b2b firms. She has been named the “Zen Master of Marketing” by Entrepreneur Magazine and the “Millennial Master of the Universe” by FastCompany.com. Forbes, Businessweek, and Inc have all recognized her as one of the Top 30 under 30 entrepreneurs in the field of marketing. Shama has built a global audience and is known for helping brands succeed in the digital age. She is a bestselling author, an international keynote speaker, and has been named one of LinkedIn’s Top 10 Voices in Marketing for four years in a row.
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