A new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds not all birth control is covered without costs or copays, including some IUDs and emergency contraceptives
A new CDC report reveals few teens use IUDs and implants
But 60% don't think it's a health care need
The bills stand little chance against in the GOP Congress
The father of the birth control pill — who died Jan. 30 — was part of the extensive history of people trying to prevent pregnancy
Within mere weeks of the publication of TIME’s first issue in 1923, sex education was making news: the “Social Hygiene Bureau” had done a survey of 5,000...