Permanent contraception for women was dominated by fallopian tube-tying surgery until the early 2000s, when an easier implantable device debuted that was supposedly safer. But a new study suggests that this method may not be as safe as previously believed.
There have been many advances in women's contraception over the past few decades, but the same cannot be said for men. The search for an oral male contraceptive has been a bust thus far, but researchers believe there may be a solution in this area in the not-too-distant future.
Emergency contraceptives, like Plan B One-Step, are taken to prevent pregnancy after unprotected sex. Because they are most often taken the morning after intercourse, they re commonly known as the morning after pill. Its a bit of a misnomer: if taken within 72 of unprotected sex, emergency contraceptives can decrease the chance of getting pregnant by 89 perce
Dr. Oz questions the safety of the non-browning GM apple- for absolutely no reason, supplements containing amphetamines pulled off the shelves at major retailer, and teen contraceptive use on the rise, but still not quite enough.