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Women Taking Oral Contraceptives have Smaller Brain Region: Study

Researchers have found that women taking oral contraceptives, commonly known as birth control pills, had significantly smaller hypothalamus volume, compared to women not taking...

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...

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...

Women And Girls in Poor Countries are Using Contraceptives More: Report

More women and girls in poor countries are using modern contraception, signifying progress in efforts to involve women in family planning, according to a...

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...

American Scientists bust Myth that Contraceptives curb Sexual Desire, say it depends on other factors like Age and length of a Relationship

New York, Dec 18, 2016: A new research by American scientists busts the myth that contraceptives curb desire, noting that it depends on other...

Pakistan partially lifts ‘Ban’ on the broadcast of Birth Control ads

Pakistan has banned advertisements of contraceptive products on television and radio. But, a recent report says, Pakistan's broadcasting regulator has partially lifted the ban on advertising...

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