the pill

Taking the contraceptive pill could increase the risk of breast cancer more than previously thought, new research suggests
We all need to stand together to protect women's health and make our voices heard if we are to move toward a more equal society, both for ourselves and for the women who do not have access to reliable contraception and safe reproductive health choices.
These are quite shocking statistics from a relatively large sample size of over 1 million women. However, I believe we should think carefully before women worldwide start ripping out their coils, and stopping their contraceptive pills.
Taking the Pill has prevented 200,000 cases of cancer over the past decade, a report published on Wednesday revealed. The
I know this is a nuisance, but the thing is that there are loads of us women. Not all periods are the same. Some women just have a day of cramps and are fairly regular. Others can come on at any minute and will stab you in the eye/ burst in to tears of you look at them funny.
The pill is the most popular form of contraception in the UK, but a new study has found long-term use of hormonal contraceptives
The moment you come off your contraceptive pill could spell the end for your relationship, if this news is anything to go
It turns out that the use of hormonal birth-control impacts on our sexual desire, our relationship satisfaction and our attractiveness in a multitude of ways, but before you rashly chuck your contraceptives into the bin, take note that the effects can be positive as well as negative. Seems confusing? Scientists certainly think so...
If taken correctly, the contraceptive pill is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy. It also protects against ovarian and endometrial cancer, anemia and acne.
The Internet has been voted the greatest innovation of the last 100 years in a new poll. More than 24.4% of the 1,100 Huffington
Since the development of the contraceptive pill for women in 1960, scientists have so far failed to create the equivalent
The year was 1960 and the contraceptive pill had been approved in the USA, sowing the seeds of a sexual revolution. After
A new study has discovered that the Pill alters the way a woman feels about her partner – and researchers are urging women
News has broken that a 13-year-old girl has had an implant inserted at her school in Southampton without parental consent, and the country has been plunged into yet another taboo-fraught half-conversation about the morals of underage sex.
Taking The Pill may ease the symptoms of painful menstrual periods, a 30-year study has found. It is estimated that up to
Catholic nuns should go on the Pill, two experts have argued. Experts Dr Kara Britt and Professor Roger Short say that taking
Women who take the contraceptive pill for a decade could be reducing their risk of developing ovarian cancer by 45%, a recent