A federal judge has blocked a Trump administration rule that would greatly expand the number of employers that could decline to offer contraceptive coverage on moral or religious grounds

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When Nikia Jackson needed to be screened for a sexually transmitted disease, she wanted a clinic that was reputable, quick and inexpensive. After searching online, Jackson, 23, ended up at the Obria Medical Clinic. She was unaware that the clinic does not offer kinds of birth control beyond so-called natural family planning methods

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Women have more options, for one. But a new poll also shows that financial insecurity is altering a generation’s choices

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Rachel Ralph works long hours at an accounting firm in Oakland, Calif., and coordinates much of her life via the apps on her phone. So when she first heard several months ago that she could order her usual brand of birth control pills via an app and have them delivered to her doorstep in a day or two, it seemed perfect. She was working 12-hour days

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Our Travis Rieder writes, “We need to stop pretending kids don’t have environmental and ethical consequences.”

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It has been four years since the federal government lifted the age limit for the morning-after pill, but college students across the country say gaining access to it remains fraught with confusion and difficulty

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Neil Gorsuch has spent his career considering questions of life’s ends—and beginnings

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Male contraception research is a field littered with failures, but a few promising candidates are in the pipeline

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