Researchers are testing a new contraceptive device with wireless capabilities that could prevent pregnancy for up to 16 years.
It’s a microchip that may be the future of contraception. 26 more words
By Stephanie Stahl
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Researchers are testing a birth control microchip that can be turned off and on with a remote. Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains how it works. 279 more words
I came across an interesting video today from an organization I have not encountered before. The Austin Institute, whose stated mission is “to be a leading resource for tested, rigorous academic research on questions of family, sexuality, social structures and human relationships,” produced the following video on the economics of sex that is worth a watch: 303 more words
Last week, I realized that patients coming to my office seeking vasectomies required an additional piece in their counselling. What led to this change? Earlier this month a study out of Harvard University suggested an association between vasectomy and lethal prostate cancer. 729 more words