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‘Women are less likely to get colorectal, endometrial and ovarian cancer.’
Every woman is different, so explore all avenues first.
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A new experiment testing a non-hormonal, injectable form of contraception on male monkeys has proven successful, bringing us one step closer to long-term birth control for men. In a yearslong study in...
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See how it stacks up to other forms of contraception.
Teens who used the patch or the IUD were the most at risk.
Long before the pill, people had to get very inventive.
By: Sara G. Miller, Staff Writer Published: 06/27/2016 on LiveScience When a woman is more attractive, a man is less likely to intend to use a condom during sex with her, a new study finds. Previous...
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You are not doing your body a disservice.
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The best birth control is easy to use and effective, but nearly all of these medications can come with side effects. The Depo-Provera shot, an effective, discreet and easy to use hormonal birth contro...
Medical people, is it really too much to ask to create a product that keeps us childfree in a safe, pain-free way? A way that doesn't make us crazy or ruin our sex lives? And in a way that doesn't end up with any of us in the emergency room?