‘Humanae Vitae’ tells us that our bodies are good, and not intrinsically flawed. Our fertility is natural and beautiful, not something to fear and murder.
Notre Dame has been in turmoil over whether to pay for artificial contraceptives. Last week the university changed policy for the third time this academic year.
Yet another study finds a link between hormonal contraceptives and dangerous health outcomes for women, this time in increased breast cancer risks.
Increasing teen access to contraception while removing physician involvement is a step backwards for adolescent safety.
Given what we now know about the health dangers of hormonal birth control, making it available without a prescription is a troubling public health policy driven by politics, not science.
A new study that finds a big correlation between hormonal birth control use and depression diagnoses validates women’s concerns that many health professionals have long ignored.
Two documentaries—one released in 2007, one in production now—have inspired debate over whether modern medicine treats women’s biology as a disease to increase profits.
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