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Advancements in Contraception

Futuristic Contraception is a Safe Bet

According to an article published by CBS News, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has funded a preclinical trial on implantable microchips for administering levonorgestrel, the most commonly used synthetic hormone in birth control. The contraception device would be user-controlled, meaning it could be...
Kids who send or receive sexually explicit text messages and photos are seven times more likely to be sexually active than their peers who do not 'sext,' a Reuters article reports. The study, published in Pediatrics, looked at 1,300 middle school students in Los Angeles, and found that even among students...

Reproduction & Men's Health

Few Lifestyle Factors Affect Sperm Health

Little of what a man does in his everyday lifestyle will affect the shape and size of his sperm, a study published in Human Reproduction says. According to a Reuters article, consuming alcohol, smoking cigarettes, or being overweight does not seem to have any influence over the shape of a man's sperm. The...