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Nearly 70 percent of Americans support the new health care law’s mandated coverage of birth control, a nationwide study finds.
Women with irregular menstrual cycles may have more than double the risk of ovarian cancer compared to women who have regular monthly periods, new research suggests.
By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, April 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Despite a drop in teen birth rates in recent years, too many girls under 18 are still getting pregnant, U.S. health officials said Tuesday. Even though births to teens aged 15 to 17 have declined, a quarter of teen births occur in this age group — [...]
Obesity and birth control pills may play some role in the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), two new studies suggest.
The U.S. abortion rate in 2011 was the lowest it has been since 1973, and advances in contraception methods might be part of the reason why, a new report suggests.