Tagged With Birth Control

A wall with over 500 IUDs shaped like Trump is now on display in New York City


Bernie Sanders said birth control can help fight climate change. Here's why it's such a thorny issue.


Planned Parenthood is expanding its birth control app to all 50 states in the wake of Trump's massive funding cut



Dispensed: The inside story of the Twitter outrage against CVS, a new marijuana breathalyzer, and a buzzy pharmacy startup


The inside story of how a tiny startup and a controversial Twitter doctor sparked viral internet outrage against CVS


Alyssa Milano revealed she had 2 abortions after getting pregnant while on birth control



Planned Parenthood just lost $60 million in funding, and it could make it harder to access birth control


9 moonshot ideas that became real-life innovations, from driverless cars to birth-control pills


A woman's birth control implant got dislodged from her upper arm and moved into to her left lung without her even realising it


Giving women only 3 months of birth control at a time may waste millions of dollars and lead to hundreds of unintended pregnancies. Year-long prescriptions could fix that.


Ted Cruz just offered to work with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to make birth control available over-the-counter


Male contraception hasn't changed much since the condom was invented over 5,000 years ago. You can blame biology.



A woman asked Melinda Gates to adopt and raise her 2 children, while holding one of them, because she was so poor


It's possible to get pregnant using the Natural Cycles birth control app even if you do everything right


A startup seeded by Silicon Valley's hottest mentorship program aims to bring the first male birth control to market


A male birth control pill that suppresses testosterone is moving closer to becoming reality



IUD and implant insertions jumped 22% after Trump's election in 2016, and it may not be a coincidence


Trump made an alarming comment about mothers giving their daughters birth control before they migrate


Scientists are closer to developing a birth control patch that could last for 6 months with no doctor's visit required


Getting your second IUD might not be as painful as getting your first, here's what to expect