Earlier this week, Bristol Palin said that she loves being pregnant. Sure, she initially called her second pregnancy a "huge disappointment;" she got knocked up by cheating on her combat veteran fiance, thus bringing an end to theirShow More Summary
Not sure she should be criticizing anyone responsible enough to use birth control. …
This week the Federalist published a series of one- and two-star Yelp reviews of Planned Parenthood locations, painting the health-care centers as bleak and disorganized. Women have the right to access birth control, STI testing, and abortion services, it seems, but not to resort-quality amenities. Show More Summary
Teen pregnancy expert Bristol Palin is furious that young women in Washington state have access to free and effective birth control without having to get their parents' consent. More » Bristol Palin Rages Against Teenagers Having Access to Safe, Effective Birth Control is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Bristol Palin, scion of Sarah Palin, seven months pregnant in an “I got ahead of myself” situation, is mad about birth control. Specifically, she is mad about Washington teenagers having access to low-cost, long-acting, reversible birth control like IUDs. OK, Bristol. Let’s do this. You really want to do this? Read more...
The pregnant Palin gets the facts wrong -- again
You’d think that someone who had her first child as a teenager and then managed to get pregnant again by someone else out of wedlock would be a staunch supporter of birth control. But Bristol Palin never ceases to amaze the public with her ill-advised blog of buffoonery, where lessons are...
Bristol Palin became nationally known in 2008 largely because she was a pregnant teen thrust into the political spotlight, but now the conservative advocate is taking a very different viewpoint, saying it’s irresponsible for a school in Washington to be providing free birth control to students. Show More Summary
Bristol Palin thinks it's "crazy" for states to provide young women with birth control options free of charge. In a Wednesday blog post, Palin cited a report touted by conservative news sites over the summer about a Washington state high school providing IUDs and hormone implants to students without parental notification or consent. Show More Summary
Despite speaking out against underage pregnancy in the past, Bristol Palin used a debunked argument to complain about a Washington state program seeking to prevent just that, Wonkette reported. “It is crazy that the government is offering a controversial form of birth control that can have...
Birth control is a daily part of life for millions of women, but it can have some unexpected side effects. Today on Lifehacker: After Hours, we look at how the pill might affect your love life. Read more...
ColumnHow would you feel if the city you live in began promoting the benefits of certain types of birth control on city streets and buses? Well, the New York City Health Department recently launched a women’s health campaign that does just that. Show More Summary
New survey data shows that long-acting contraceptives are increasingly popular
Most female mammals give birth and care for their offspring, while the males often breed with multiple partners and play little role in parenting once the mating is over. Yet researchers have had a hard time pinpointing where, exactly, in the brain these differences between the sexes are located and how they translate into behavior. Show More Summary
Sometimes when talking about birth control and a woman’s right to choose, you have to stay positive and make jokes. The following Grist video has a little bit of funny and positivity. Toasters and toast are pretty similar to women and babies if you think about it. OK, if you […] The post Who Knew Birth Control and Toast Have So Much In Common? [Video] appeared first on EcoSalon.
Apps to track contraceptive use are plentiful, often free or cheap, user-friendly, and undoubtedly helpful to some individuals. But that doesn’t mean that perfect birth control use is a forgone conclusion for everyone. Image: Shutterstock The post Fancy Birth Control Technology Can’t Solve Everything appeared first on RH Reality Check.
The Supreme Court begins its fall term today, and it’s already shaping up to be a doozy. Its docket includes public employee unions, affirmative action, the death penalty, and—oh, hell, why not?— probably abortion and birth control, too. Show More Summary
Women reassured over safety of Essure birth control implant By Michelle Roberts Health editor, BBC News online 4 October 2015 From the section Health Image copyright AP UK regulators are reassuring women the permanent birth control implant Essure is safe despite concerns in the US. The MHRA says it will continue to monitor all side-effects […]
Japanese scientists have identified an immunosuppressant pill that could act as non-hormonal male birth control.
A medication used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients appears to cause structural changes in sperm and reversible infertility.