Contraception, also known as birth control, is used to prevent pregnancy. There are many different birth control methods to help you and your partner prevent

A cross-sectional study on alcohol and contraception use among sexually active women of childbearing age: Implications for preventing alcohol-exposed pregnancies

AbstractBackground: A high proportion of unwanted or unplanned pregnancies may be alcohol-exposed due to contraception failure or non-use. Nevertheless, data on contraception and alcohol use

Guideline No. 425a: Cannabis Use Throughout Women’s Lifespans – Part 1: Fertility, Contraception, Menopause, and Pelvic Pain

Magali Robert, Lisa E. Graves, Victoria M. Allen, Sumeet Dama, Robert L. Gabrys, Robert L. Tanguay, Suzanne D. Turner, Courtney R. Green, Jocelynn L. Cook,

CBC: Offer free birth control for youth, Canadian Paediatric Society says

The Canadian Paediatric Society is recommending that birth control pills, condoms and all other contraceptives be made available at no cost for youth in Canada

Medical News Today: What to do if you lose a combination pill

It can be easy to lose a pill in a handbag or down the drain. If this happens, the best course of action depends on

How To Manage Trauma

Trauma is a near universal experience of individuals with behavioral health problems. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office on Women’s

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