Contraception News and Research

Latest Contraception News and Research

Researchers show gossypol – a drug refined from cottonseed oil is a cancer treatment booster

Researchers show gossypol – a drug refined from cottonseed oil is a cancer treatment booster

Botox injections may ease the irritation of tinnitus

Botox injections may ease the irritation of tinnitus

Sea urchins may provide clues to some baffling human reproductive problems

Sea urchins may provide clues to some baffling human reproductive problems

Popular injectable contraceptive increases risk of STD's

Popular injectable contraceptive increases risk of STD's

The world's population in 2050 will be 9.276 billion, currently 6.396 in 2004

The world's population in 2050 will be 9.276 billion, currently 6.396 in 2004

Guidance on providing advice on sex education to young people under the age of sixteen

Guidance on providing advice on sex education to young people under the age of sixteen

Plan B has been shown to reduce the risk of pregnancy by 89 percent

Plan B has been shown to reduce the risk of pregnancy by 89 percent

Sex education delivered by teenagers for teenagers

Sex education delivered by teenagers for teenagers

Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes, or high blood sugar, that only pregnant women get

Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes, or high blood sugar, that only pregnant women get

AMA urges government to scrap Parental Access To Information Bill

AMA urges government to scrap Parental Access To Information Bill

Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals

Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals

Britain's youth complacent about HIV/AIDS

Britain's youth complacent about HIV/AIDS

Studies show pregabalin does not affect male reproductivity or interfere with oral contraceptives

Studies show pregabalin does not affect male reproductivity or interfere with oral contraceptives

Call for sexual health policy to be driven by science instead of politics

Call for sexual health policy to be driven by science instead of politics