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
The bills stand little chance against in the GOP Congress
A history of contraception, in all its many forms
It is not the mom-of-seven who should be scolded for "irresponsibility"
Certain forms of birth control may promote growth of a rare brain tumor
Looks like the pill has some competition
New research shows that going off the pill could affect how attracted you are to your mate
A new PSA shows the lengths that women have gone to in order to prevent unwanted pregnancy
Leaving disabled teens without access to reproductive health tools (and sexual education) means that they can be exposed to higher risks than their peers
A boost for a little-used but widely effective method of contraception
Bill comes ahead of a midterm elections in which women are expected to be a key voting bloc
Adult women should be allowed to make their own reproductive choices
Republicans may have found an answer to the Democratic “War on Women” battle cry in the most unexpected place: The women’s health section of your local pharmacy...
The organization says the candidates are playing politics with women's health
Republicans may have found an answer to the Democrats’ accusation that they are leading a “war on women” in the most unexpected place: the women’s-health section...
A new study published in Psychological Science finds that women who go on or off the pill after starting a relationship were less satisfied sexually than those...