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Medical News Today: Rheumatoid arthritis: Birth control pill tied to reduced risk

A large Swedish study has found that women who had used contraceptive pills had less risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis than women who had not.

Donald Trump is About to Gut Obamacare’s Free Birth Control

The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that federal health officials are set to finalize a new rule weakening Obamacare’s mandate that employers provide free contraception in insurance plans. The new rule will allow employers with religious or moral objections to ditch birth control coverage in employee insurance plans.  Two sources familiar with the imminent rule told […]

Lawsuit: Sterilization for sentencing breaks violated rights

A federal lawsuit claims a Tennessee sheriff and judge violated inmates' constitutional rights by reducing their jail time if they underwent birth control procedures. Mike Donovan, whose group Nexus Services … Click to Continue »

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Going Off Birth Control Pills Made Me Feel Less Anxious, More Confident, And Impr…

NEWS YOU CAN USE: Going Off Birth Control Pills Made Me Feel Less Anxious, More Confident, And Improved My Sex Drive. But the PMS is back.

How to Stay on Top of Birth Control While Traveling

When we're traveling, we may worry about sunburns or lost luggage, but an unplanned pregnancy isn't always at the forefront of our concerns. But with changing time zones and our sleep schedule flipped upside down, a lot of other parts of our lives we do not consider sometimes gets thrown off balance. Show More Summary

Prematurity leaves distinctive molecular signature in infants' cerebellum

Premature birth, which affects one in 10 US babies, is associated with altered metabolite profiles in the infants' cerebellum, the part of the brain that controls coordination and balance, a team of researchers reports.

Out of Control ‘Hardball’ Lumps GOP in with Neo-Nazis, Shocked Wilson Loved ‘Birth of a Nation’

MSNBC’s Hardball host Chris Matthews was back and firing on all cylinders Monday night, overseeing a show devoid of reason as it linked conservatives, Republicans, and anyone in the “right-wing” to the KKK, neo-Nazis, and white supremacists...Show More Summary

PLANNED PARENTHOOD HARDEST HIT: Law says Tennessee women can get birth control without a doctor’s…

PLANNED PARENTHOOD HARDEST HIT: Law says Tennessee women can get birth control without a doctor’s prescription.

What to Expect When Getting Your Birth Control Implant Removed

I did a google search before getting my birth control implant removed to know what to expect. That wasn't a good idea. Don't ever google search the night before a doctor's appointment. I couldn't find anything that I could read without...Show More Summary

The Pill Causing Weight Gain Is the Myth That Won’t Go Away

Why so many still believe birth control is to blame for those extra pounds.

Hot New Food Trend Could Get You Knocked Up, So Eat Carefully

The newest and darkest food trend to sweep social media contains activated charcoal, which can make your birth control less effective! Hot New Food Trend Could Get You Knocked Up, So Eat Carefully is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.

14% More Men Are Using Condoms: Study

Condoms are one of the best ways to prevent sexually transmitted diseases, but they are not an especially well-used form of birth control in the United States. However, new data indicates that 34% of men are using them, which is 14% more than in the past. A new report from the National Center for Health…

U.S. and UK studies: Sex education, birth control access don’t reduce teen pregnancy

A study which revealed that cutting money for sex education in schools actually reduced teen pregnancy has been met with questions, criticism and celebration, depending on the audience. As Live Action News reported in June, a UK study,...Show More Summary

4 Ways Going to the Doctor Is Radically Changing

The future of health care in the U.S. is far from settled, but how people receive it now is also undergoing a revolution. Health records are antiquated, there’s a shortage of primary care physicians and access to birth control and emergency contraception is limited in some places. Health and technology companies operating largely outside of…

Birth Control Is Now Available in Colorado Without a Doctor Visit

Colorado now joins Oregon and California as the only three states where women can buy birth control without a visit to the doctor. Under new rules set in motion by a 2016 state law with bipartisan support, women who are at least 18 can complete a questionnaire, blood-pressure check and a 10- to 15-minute consultation […]

Jim Bob Duggar: Clashing With Ben Seewald, Jeremy Vuolo Over Religious Beliefs (Exclusive)

Jim Bob Duggar is almost as well known for his ultra-conservative religious views as he is for the massive brood of children he's raised with wife Michelle. Jim Bob's views on issues such as birth control, women's rights and homosexuality...Show More Summary

Birth Rates: Who Will Replace Us?

By Karen Sternheimer According to provisional data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the birth rate in the United States fell to an all-time low in 2016. Births to teens also fell to an all-time low, down...

In Texas, the number of poor women on birth control dropped after Planned Parenthood was defunded

When the Framers of the Constitution wrote about freedom of religion, it is certain that they meant that government should not force certain religious beliefs on the citizens of this country. Indeed, the First Amendment asserts that individuals and groups have the right to practice (or not) any religion they choose. Show More Summary

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