Hormonal contraceptives may be one of the biggest causes of neural changes in women.
A new "long-acting, non-hormonal and possibly reversible birth control procedure for men" has passed another round of tests and is now headed for clinical trials this year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) urges women of child-bearing age avoid alcohol, unless they're using contraception
Talking with your kids about safe sex may seem awkward, but it can help prevent risky sexual behaviors growing up.
A remote controlled contraceptive chip may not be a far off possibility, according to researchers at MicroCHIP Inc. The Gates-funded project involves a small chip that's actually injected underneath the skin that delivers hormones and acts as an automatic birth control.