At the beginning of 2016, I took stock of 40+ years of talking about the childfree choice. As we near the end of this year, I'd like to do the same just for this past year, and this time widen the discussion a bit. What positive trends have we seen this past year? Here are six.
"I thought I would have up to five kids ... But it would be crazy to fall pregnant now."
Sod's law. I'm well acquainted with the law of Sod, whoever he is. Just when you think something is OK and dare you happen to mention it publicly then along comes Sod and bites you on the arse.
'You're naïve Holly can now rest assured that she has a permanent solution to her contraception. She no longer has to rely
The human rights group says policies in Latin America and the Caribbean are fueling violence against women.
Mercy Medical Center denied one woman's request to be sterilized after giving birth.
Nearly six months ago, 16 women died - and scores more were hospitalized - after undergoing sterilization procedures in Chhattisgarh, India. Myriad factors contributed to this tragedy, including unsanitary conditions, potentially tainted drugs, clinic staff that was both overworked and under-qualified, and apathy from the health system as well as doctors and nurses.
"Women are not informed about the choices in contraception they have. It's their right to know that other methods exist," Sona
Congress followed up their recent five-week vacation with almost two whole weeks of actually doing their jobs, so to reward themselves they're now going to take off on another vacation. Until mid-November.
Instead of monitoring the company's studies, unfortunately, the FDA has defended them. While the NBC investigative reporters