- Dr. Mitu, defender of India's baby girls
- Teenage Girls Secretly Given Contraceptive Implants and Injections in U.K. Schools
- Feds order appeals court to hear contraceptives lawsuit
- Skype replacing flesh and blood doctors?
- Docs pushing for Pill for younger girls, no prescription needed
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 01:13 PM PST
One of the most remarkable stories shared in the new documentary “It’s a Girl” is that of Dr. Mitu Khurana and her daughters. Their story is shocking and distressing, exposing how the prejudice against female children permeates all levels of Indian society.
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 12:48 PM PST
In the past two years thousands of teenage girls across the United Kingdom — some as young as 13 — have been given contraceptive injections or implants without their parents’ knowledge or consent, according to National Health Service (NHS) data obtained by the Daily Telegraph.
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 10:33 AM PST
The Supreme Court on Monday ordered the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to examine the constitutionality of the health reform law’s employer requirements and mandatory coverage of contraceptives without a co-pay.
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 06:57 AM PST
London: A bid to save nearly £3billion by slashing appointments with a doctor and treating patients via computer will put lives at risk, ministers were warned.
Posted: 26 Nov 2012 06:40 AM PST
Pediatricians should actively counsel teens about “emergency contraception” and even provide them with prescriptions or products ahead of time, to ensure they have the pills if they need them, the American Academy of Pediatrics says in a policy statement released online Monday.