Teens receiving free contraception and education regarding pros and cons of various birth control methods were significantly less likely to get pregnant, give birth or get an abortion compared with other sexually active teens, according to a new study.
Doctors from the AAP are recommending intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants for sexually active teenage girls.
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Some birth control pills can increase the risk of breast cancer, according to new researchers.
According to researchers, a remote controlled contraceptive chip could be available by 2018.
A new study is reporting that the pill can negatively impact women's fertility during the first three months after they stop taking the pill.
The Department of Veterans Affairs fails to provide adequate care for female veterans.
A new study found that 69 percent of American adults would support mandatory birth control coverage in health plans.
Free birth control does not encourage women to engage in risky sexual behaviors, a new study reported.
The FDA has decided to allow generic versions of the emergency contraceptive pill to be sold over the counter without age restrictions.
Women who take birth control are more likely to suffer eye problems, a new study suggests.
Erin Brockovich's latest campaign aims to ban birth control, Essure from the market.
The FDA grants Teva Pharmaceuticals the exclusive right to sell Plan B One-Step on drugstore shelves without age restrictions.
Ida Tin, 34, believes that her company can perfect the period tracker app within the near future and give women a viable birth control alternative.
An alarming new study reveals that an increasing number of men are "tricking" women into pregnancy by poking holes in condoms and stealing birth control pills.