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Religious hospitals fail to comply with abortion and family planning training

Religious hospitals fail to comply with abortion and family planning training

Long acting reversible contraceptives placed on same day could cut costs

Long acting reversible contraceptives placed on same day could cut costs

New ESC guidelines for diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism published

New ESC guidelines for diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism published

Study uncovers concerning knowledge gaps about birth control effectiveness

Study uncovers concerning knowledge gaps about birth control effectiveness

New device could help decrease the global burden of unwanted pregnancy

New device could help decrease the global burden of unwanted pregnancy

Some pharmacists not adhering to therapeutic guidelines, QUT study finds

Some pharmacists not adhering to therapeutic guidelines, QUT study finds

Some pharmacists fail to adhere to therapeutic guidelines, highlights study

Some pharmacists fail to adhere to therapeutic guidelines, highlights study

Yearlong birth control supply could be cost-effective, prevent undesired pregnancies

Yearlong birth control supply could be cost-effective, prevent undesired pregnancies

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

Long-acting contraceptives do not increase risk of HIV, concludes new study

AMA adopts new policies aimed at improving health of the nation

AMA adopts new policies aimed at improving health of the nation

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