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 father of the birth control pill — who died Jan. 30 — was part of the extensive history of people trying to prevent pregnancy
His scientific work led to the world's first oral contraceptive in 1952
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...
In the five decades since Lennart Nilsson’s portrait of an 18-week-old human fetus appeared on the cover of the April 30, 1965, issue of LIFE — along with other,...