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About 62% of U.S. women from ages 15 to 44 use some form of contraception, and predictably, the pill is still the most popular. About 16% of women used it in 2011-2013, finds the… 387 more words
Posted by Lauren McCue
The phrase “free birth control” is music to a twenty-something’s ears. That is why it is no surprise that the millennial generation easily falls for the tactics of Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and National Organization for Women’s campaigns to lure young people into their movements that discredit personal responsibility and glorify sexual liberation without consequences. 696 more words
Break through in male contraceptives.
Indonesian researchers have introduced a male birth control pill created from an exotic plant called the Justicia gendarussa. Research on the plant and its properties has been going on since 1985 and the pill will see the light of day soon, as early as 2016 in Indonesia, reports…134 more words
This week, OTCs in Action are impacting the sexual health market with New Zealand’s approval of LifeStyles Dual Protect (Ansell for Starpharma) antiviral condom to help prevent pregnancy, HIV and other STD transmission; and EMA regulators’ recommendation for the European Commission to switch HRA Pharma’s ellaOne (ulipristal acetate) emergency hormonal contraceptive from Rx to OTC. 282 more words
Birth control pills are associated with changes in brain structure, even in women who haven’t used them in over 6 months: Differential effects of androgenic and anti-androgenic progestins on fusiform and frontal gray matter volume and face recognition performance. 307 more words