Blame autocorrect for misinformation related to an IUD, or intrauterine device.
New research highlights a way to reduce the rate of unintended pregnancies, but it requires two changes to current policy.
Another option for long-term reversible contraception has been approved, but this one will be available to many public health clinics as well.
Hormonal intrauterine devices (IUDs) and implants effectively prevent pregnancy at least 1 year beyond their approved duration of use.
Opioid use in women of reproductive age should be better monitored, and physicians should be more judicious in their prescribing, says a CDC report.
A history of hormonal contraceptive use in younger women for 5 years or more was found to be associated with a possible increased risk of glioma.
A meta-analysis shows use of hormonal contraception, compared with nonhormonal or no contraception, ups the risk of HIV infection in sub-Saharan Africa.
Voters in North Dakota sent a clear message that health care decisions, from pregnancy to end-of-life care, must involve only patients and their physicians.
The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa rightly has become a world health crisis. But there are other casualties of the outbreak that we don't hear much about.
A consequence of Measure 1, which may or may not be a "personhood" amendment, is that IVF and other infertility services in North Dakota will end.