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Oral contraceptives may reduce risk of ACL tears in women

Oral contraceptives may reduce risk of ACL tears in women

Unisex, hormone-free contraceptive pill on the horizon

Unisex, hormone-free contraceptive pill on the horizon

Contraceptive jewelry may be new approach to family planning for women

Contraceptive jewelry may be new approach to family planning for women

Male contraceptive pill crosses the human clinical trial hurdle

Male contraceptive pill crosses the human clinical trial hurdle

Male contraceptive pill shown to be safe and tolerable in phase I trial

Male contraceptive pill shown to be safe and tolerable in phase I trial

Researchers aim to tackle sexually transmitted infections among young men

Researchers aim to tackle sexually transmitted infections among young men

Endocrine Society opposes new rule that restricts access to Title X Family Planning Program

Endocrine Society opposes new rule that restricts access to Title X Family Planning Program

Contraceptive pill may impair women's ability to recognize emotions

Contraceptive pill may impair women's ability to recognize emotions

Insertions of long-acting reversible contraceptives have increased after 2016 election

Insertions of long-acting reversible contraceptives have increased after 2016 election

Demand for long-acting reversible contraception seems to be on rise

Demand for long-acting reversible contraception seems to be on rise

The connection between the Pope and contraceptive pills

The connection between the Pope and contraceptive pills

Contraceptive patch that could provide 6 months of contraception within seconds

Contraceptive patch that could provide 6 months of contraception within seconds

New skin patch provides long-acting contraceptive protection

New skin patch provides long-acting contraceptive protection

Low-income women in Texas are not receiving contraception after childbirth, study shows

Low-income women in Texas are not receiving contraception after childbirth, study shows

Abused women more likely to seek emergency contraception, study finds

Abused women more likely to seek emergency contraception, study finds

Women’s intentions and attitude matter when it comes to using contraception

Women’s intentions and attitude matter when it comes to using contraception

Gel formulation of a new male contraceptive on trial

Gel formulation of a new male contraceptive on trial

Study: Lesbian women less likely to report receiving birth control prescription or counseling

Study: Lesbian women less likely to report receiving birth control prescription or counseling

Self-lubricating condoms may help raise condom usage

Self-lubricating condoms may help raise condom usage

‘Contraception deserts’ likely to widen under new Trump administration policy

‘Contraception deserts’ likely to widen under new Trump administration policy