Choosing Your Birth Control

While abstinence is the most effective way of preventing pregnancy, this is not always the best choice, especially if you are married or in a long-term relationship where sexual intimacy is important to your relationship.

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The Best Apps for Better Sexual Health

Who knew your phone held the keys to own your sexual health? Here are the 4 best apps that bridge the gap between sex, dating, and technology.

By Alisha Bridges

What are My Birth Control Options?

There is a lot of talk about teenage unwanted pregnancies. Yet, according to the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy in Washington D.C., the majority of unplanned pregnancies and abortions are actually occurring among women in t...

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Does Being on the Pill Change Your Choice of Partners?

The saying, “survival of the fittest” doesn’t only refer to a man’s physical ability to overcome physical threats. It also refers to mating. Women chose men who were strong and able to protect them against threats, build shelters and provide food. Th...

By Eileen Bailey

Myth: Oral Contraceptives Cause Weight Gain

There are some myths that just won’t go away no matter how much scientific proof is offered. For example, millions of people still believe that you will catch a cold if you are out in the cold, especially if you are wet. But science tells us that col...

By Eileen Bailey

IUD Pros and Cons

When a woman chooses not to become pregnant, she has many options from which to choose. Usually, picking the right one requires weighing the pros and cons of the different option. In this article, we will review the pros as cons of the intrauterine d...

By Samuel Zev Williams, M.D., Ph.D.