Legislative leaders looking to fast track a bill that would guarantee women in Massachusetts access to free coverage for birth control received a cost analysis key to moving the measure forward that determined the benefit would add between 7 cents and 20 cents to monthly health insurance premiums.
There is plenty of information out there about birth control but not all of it is accurate. Your friends may have told you about some real wild side effects or reasons birth control fails but the truth is- they are just myths! Family Planning, your local expert in reproductive health, wants you to know the facts.
In every package of birth control pills, there is a paper with a statement about how the pill is NOT 100% effective in preventing pregnancies. If taken the same time every single day, it’s 99.9% effective. It is true that some women have gotten pregnant while on the pill, but it’s usually because they didn’t take it properly or were on antibiotics at the time of conception which canceled out the e
Nearly three decades ago, teen pregnancy was scarily rising in the state of Massachusetts, worrying parents and state officials. The trend over the last few years has shown a steady decline nationally and locally.
Birth control has always been a taboo to speak about. There are many opinions on the subject, many methods to choose from, and it has seen quite the history. This brief list might make you happy with whatever form of contraception you currently use or have used in the past...
For the first time in perhaps the history of the Catholic church the debate on contraception, cohabitation, divorce, re-marriage and gay marriage are being put to parishioners...and I for one think this is a genius idea.