Tagged With Contraception

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

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

Getting pregnant while taking contraception could be beyond your control if you have a certain gene

The first app to get approved as birth control in Europe has now been green-lit in the US, despite controversy

Doctors have warned an emerging STI could become an antibiotic-resistant superbug

A new study suggests a popular birth control pill might not cause depression after all -- but it's not that simple

3 everyday things that can make your birth control pills less effective

Ohio 'heartbeat bill' could ban abortions before most women know they're pregnant

Here's how much an IUD costs with Obamacare -- and without

11 health innovations that could save 6 million lives by 2030

100+ women say they got pregnant after taking allegedly faulty birth control -- and now they're suing

John Oliver hilariously describes how bad sex ed is in America

Kangaroos in Canberra could be given six-years' contraception via darts instead of being killed

Controlling fertility in America is an economic issue

Australian Women Encouraged To Consider Alternatives To The Pill

PAUL KRUGMAN: Conservatives Want 'To Push Us Back To 1894'

These charts show how the world feels about 8 moral issues

Democrats Are Plotting A Direct Response To The Supreme Court's Obamacare Decision

For Corporate America, Opposing Birth Control Is A Terrible Idea

The Supreme Court 'Sounds Ready' To Throw Out A Controversial Part Of Obamacare