Contraception News and Research

Latest Contraception News and Research

A 'once a month' birth control pill

A 'once a month' birth control pill

Study finds key region of the brain is smaller in women who use oral contraceptives

Study finds key region of the brain is smaller in women who use oral contraceptives

Study shows perinatal outcomes following bariatric surgery between pregnancies

Study shows perinatal outcomes following bariatric surgery between pregnancies

Klobuchar leans in on support for Roe v. Wade, planned parenthood

Klobuchar leans in on support for Roe v. Wade, planned parenthood

Six ways physicians can help optimize reproductive health in women with epilepsy

Six ways physicians can help optimize reproductive health in women with epilepsy

Fertilization discovery reveals egg's role, potentially paves way for new contraceptive

Fertilization discovery reveals egg's role, potentially paves way for new contraceptive

APHA adopts 14 new public health policy statements at 2019 Annual Meeting

APHA adopts 14 new public health policy statements at 2019 Annual Meeting

Many young, low-income women may not be able to access birth control methods

Many young, low-income women may not be able to access birth control methods

Coaxial electrospinning could lead to new medical innovations

Coaxial electrospinning could lead to new medical innovations

Optimal implementation of existing, new interventions essential to end HIV pandemic

Optimal implementation of existing, new interventions essential to end HIV pandemic

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Trump merges health and immigration

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Trump merges health and immigration

Vaginal fluid transplant could help treat recurring bacterial vaginosis

Vaginal fluid transplant could help treat recurring bacterial vaginosis

Federally funded Obria prescribes abstinence to stop the spread of STDs

Federally funded Obria prescribes abstinence to stop the spread of STDs

Where contraception’s a lifestyle drug not a medical need — so women pay the tab

Where contraception’s a lifestyle drug not a medical need — so women pay the tab

Web-based, digital-app birth control prescription services appear to be overall safe and efficient

Web-based, digital-app birth control prescription services appear to be overall safe and efficient

Clinical trial to evaluate efficacy and safety of new treatment for giant cell arteritis

Clinical trial to evaluate efficacy and safety of new treatment for giant cell arteritis

NIH grants totaling $2.8 million focus on pinpointing male fertility genes

NIH grants totaling $2.8 million focus on pinpointing male fertility genes

Top quality expected in a long-term partner is kindness, says research

Top quality expected in a long-term partner is kindness, says research

Long acting reversible contraceptives placed on same day could cut costs

Long acting reversible contraceptives placed on same day could cut costs

OB-GYNs are uncomfortable counseling their patients on fertility, study shows

OB-GYNs are uncomfortable counseling their patients on fertility, study shows