Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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Common Myths About Contraception

Unplanned pregnancies can be damaging to the mother, physically and emotionally, and the social and economic ramifications are harsh, both for the mother and...

State Legislature Working on Easy Access to Birth Control

Several Republican-led state legislatures are advocating for women to gain over-the-counter access to birth control in what they say is an effort to reduce...

In Effort To Reduce Unplanned Pregnancies And Abortions, Some Conservative States Easing Access to Birth Control

Several Republican-led state legislatures are advocating for women to gain over-the-counter access to birth control in what they say is an effort to reduce...

Under Trump’s Rule, Women Will Lose Birth Control Coverage: Judge

A "substantial number" of women would lose free birth control coverage under new rules by the Trump administration that allow more employers to opt...

Trump Can’t Deny Birth Control Coverage: U.S. Court

A divided U.S. appeals court Thursday blocked rules by the Trump administration that allowed more employers to opt out of providing women with no-cost...

Men The Missing Link in Contraception Campaigns

 Ask Esther Imaniragena to name her top challenge as she doles out contraceptive advice and supplies at a Rwandan health clinic and the answer...

A New Step Towards Contraception for Men

Newer birth control for men is beginning to fill the gap between the traditional condoms and sterilization. One new technology involves inserting a hypodermic...

New male birth control pill found safe and effective

Researchers have found oral contraceptive for males The experiment has been successful The pills are effective and successful in their operation In a major...

An Initiative For Population Control and Child’s Welfare on ‘World Population Day’

FOGSI in collaboration with IMA discuss the changing patterns of contraception Population control and the need for a proper family planning An initiative...

A doctor’s ‘jihad’ to popularize birth control among Assam’s Muslims

  By NewsGram staff writer Talks about birth control were once a taboo for Muslims, particularly the uneducated Muslims living in remote areas of Assam. This has...

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