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The next round of wearables is good for more than tracking your steps.  Ava, a fertility wearable that helps couples conceive, raised $9.7 million in a Series A round this week. The round was led by Polytech Ventures, a European VC firm.  T...

You may have heard people suggesting that if you want to be sure you’ll have birth control for the next four years, you should book your IUD insertion appointment now. That’s because January will bring a new political era, and possibly changes i...

The Victorian era: So attractive in BBC costume dramas, so wildly unappealing upon closer acquaintance.Read more...

 Out of the pill? Nurx is a web platform delivering birth control in less than a couple of hours, and it just raised $3.5 million in Series A financing from Union Square Ventures. The startup launched in 2014 to bridge the gap between running ou...

On October 16, 1916, Margaret Sanger, along with two other women, opened the nation’s first birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York. They were promptly arrested, but that clinic evolved into what eventually became Planned Parenthood, one of the...

On an episode of The Dr. Oz Show airing today, Donald Trump directly contradicted the GOP’s draconian 2016 platform by expressing that women should be able to get birth control without a prescription, continuing what appears to be a somewhat franti...

A recent study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health found that “improvements in contraceptive use” have accounted for a notable dip in teen birth and pregnancy rates over the past decade. Read more...