The use of needles may be a thing of the past if current research has anything to say about it.
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.
In a recent study, researchers found that using painkillers during pregnancy could cut female fertility in subsequent generations.
It might sound a bit unsanitary, but could poop pills help curb obesity?
Now there's another reason to have a cup of coffee; in addition to a long list of health benefits, a new study shows that it can boost endurance during exercise.
New findings published in the journal MedLink Neurology reveal that using birth control pills may increase stroke risk in women, particularly among those who are already at a higher risk of stroke.