India's Men Are About to Get the World’s First Contraceptive Injection: But Will They Use it?
“If I am having sex with multiple partners, I would rather use a condom because this is not definitely protecting me against STDs.”
Your DNA Could Affect How Well Your Birth Control Works
New research suggests that people with an uncommon genetic variant make an enzyme that breaks down the hormones in birth control too quickly—which could put them at risk of unintended pregnancy.
Does How You Look Determine Your Personality?
This week in science: the difference between men and women's brains as they get older, how your appearance influences your personality, and how birth control could affect the way women read facial expressions.
This Tiny Patch Could Give You a Month's Birth Control in Seconds
Georgia Institute of Technology scientists have invented a microneedle patch that only needs to be briefly pressed against the skin to deliver a contraceptive drug.