The latest news on birth control
Obama urged to triple international family planning budget to $1.5 billion.
But experts say results from the small study are no reason to stop birth control
But doctors differ on degree of peril, saying genetics likely a key player
Prospect stems from discovery of mutation affecting infertility
They shouldn't last more than a few months
The fruit, combined with contraceptive pill and a genetic mutation, almost cost woman her leg, doctors say
Yet another common-sense sign that abortion and birth control are smart options in this recession.
A court ruling could make Plan B available to 12-year-olds, but I worry about the health risks.
The judge ordered the feds to consider expanding access to women of all ages.
With teen pregnancy rates on the rise, it's time to stop funding abstinence-only sex-ed.