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Supreme Court ruling on birth control could have ripple effects beyond unwanted pregnancy
Over 100,000 people could lose access.
Everything you need to know about male hormonal birth control
There are several promising options in the works.
Your genes might influence how well your birth control works
Birth control pills affect all women differently—including how well they work.
Online birth control is safe—and the only option for some women
Getting the pill from online sites could make the contraception method far more accessible.
Male Contraceptive Gel Could Be Applied Directly to the Skin
When it comes to taking charge of one’s reproductive fate, women have had reliable birth control methods for decades now....
PopSci Q&A: The Quest for a Male Contraceptive
John Amory, a doctor at the University of Washington, has been developing a male contraceptive for 15 years. Turns out,...
Approved for Use: the First Birth Control for Wildlife
Keeping wildlife baby-free is a hazardous business
Daily Rub-On Contraceptive Skin Gel Could Replace The Pill
For women using birth control, that daily pill may soon be replaced by a simple addition to the regular moisturization...
Marijuana Research Offers New Hope For Male Birth Control Pill
The male birth control pill has lingered for years tantalizingly just out of reach, in the realm where rumor meets...
Shape-Shifting Gel Condom Changes From Liquid to Solid To Block HIV
Though the University of Utah in Salt Lake City might not be the first place one would expect to find...