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More than 100 million women all over the world use birth control pills to prevent unplanned and unwanted pregnancies, but recently published research has revealed that the contraceptive has an unexpected side effect: It makes men appear more attractive to women.
Back in 1965, researchers were still testing the effects of birth control, a controversial yet much-desired medicine that the FDA approved for the first time for contraceptive use in 1960. Happy 50th anniversary, evidence that birth control is nearly 100% effective!
The growing rate of unplanned pregnancies boosts the demand for the Intrauterine Contraceptive Devices market, globally.
The Mirena Lawsuit Alleges Contraceptive Device Was Defective in Design and Unreasonably Dangerous When it Was Inserted into Plaintiff’s Uterus, Resulting in Intrauterine Infection that Led
FORT WORTH, Texas, February 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The North American intrauterine contraceptive devices report defines and segments the concerned market in with an analysis
Medicationdiscountcard.com Acknowledges National Condom Week With Access to Coupons for Common Contraceptives New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2015
Transparency Market Research has announced the addition of the "Contraceptives Market (Oral Contraceptive Pills, Contraceptive Injectables, Topical Contraceptives, Male Condoms, Female Condoms,
Providing women who take a powerful acne drug with a fact sheet about contraception while visiting the dermatologist can significantly improve their awareness of the most effective birth control
LONDON, Feb. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- This report covers the market analysis for various drugs, devices and treatment technologies used in assistance and to control human reproduction.
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