The latest news on birth control
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.
With HIV infecting 3 percent of D.C. residents, the Catholic leader's statements seem irresponsible.
Prices at college clinics rose after previous federal tweak. A new law restores the pill's discounts.
New legislation allows drug companies to sell the pill to college clinics at deeply discounted prices.
But coverage for abortions and contraception wasn't discussed, a women's health leader tells me.
The Depo-Provera shot could cause you to pack on the pounds, a new study suggests.
Why long-term use of birth-control pills might be linked to cervical cancer.
But more research is needed because they may lead to blood clots, study says
A new study points to heart disease, especially in those already at increased risk.