Women who take the contraceptive pill choose less masculine men, study reveals Women on the pill pick partners with round faces and narrow jawbonesStudy compared romantic preferences of straight women ages 18-24Less 'masculine' looks associated with faithfulness and stabilityMale less likely to look 'manly' in couples who met when woman was on pill By Deni Kirkova PUBLISHED: 15:37 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 28 March 2013 Contrary to popular belief, a strong jaw and masculine looks may not be what all women want, a new study has revealed.
One in five women under 30 will have unprotected drunken sex on holiday this summer, finds survey Average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with a total of four different men, according to poll | UPDATED: 12:36 GMT, 31 July 2012 One in five young British women will have unprotected drunken sex on holiday this summer, according to a new report.
STD fears as 70% of single women admit to regularly having unprotected sex Study finds average single woman has had unprotected sex 11 times with total of four menOne third of women get 'swept away in the moment' and forget about using condoms18% of single women said they are often too drunk to use contraception8% said they 'just don't like using condoms' | UPDATED: 14:33 GMT, 30 May 2012 Seven out of ten single women regularly practice unprotected sex, a report revealed today.
NHS spends 1m a week on repeat abortions: Single women using terminations 'as another form of contraceptive' Figures reveal some women have returned for as many as nine terminations in their lifetime Repeat abortions most prevalent in London Half of all terminations carried out in Croydon were on women who had previously had at least one abortion | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 14 May 2012 A form of contraception: Research shows that some have seven, eight or even as many as nine terminations in their lifetime (picture posed by model) The Health Service is spending around 1million a week providing repeat abortions.
Girls aged 13 'should be given the contraceptive Pill from pharmacies without a prescription' claims NHS report | UPDATED: 12:18 GMT, 25 April 2012 Doctors said there were risks in prescribing contraceptives for the first time to young women without taking a full history Girls as young as 13 should be able to get the Pill from their local pharmacy without seeing a family doctors, researchers have recommended.
Arizona legislators have advanced an unprecedented bill that would require women who wish to have their contraception covered by their health insurance plans to prove to their employers that they are taking it to treat medical conditions.
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A new contraceptive for men on the horizon Just a couple of zaps of ultrasound kills sperm, say scientists High frequency sound waves found to cut sperm rates in ratsFurther studies are required to determine how long the contraceptive effect lasts and if it is safe to use multiple times It sounds like one of the more extreme examples of birth control – but blasting a man's most vulnerable area with ultrasound could be the ideal form of male contraception, say scientists.
Teenagers admit going too far sexually while drunk, leading to pregnancies and spread of diseases Alcohol is fuelling an epidemic of ‘risky sex’ among teenagers, senior doctors warned yesterday. Many youngsters admit going ‘further than intended’ while drunk, according to the Royal College of Physicians. In a report, the college said excessive drinking and sex was a ‘cocktail’ for teenage pregnancies and infections
Nuns “should take the pill to cut cancer threat” – regardless of their celibacy vows Researchers claim Catholic Church does not prevent the Pill being used for health reasons Protection: Taking the contraceptive pill could reduce the risk of childless nuns developing cancer Nuns should go on the Pill because it would protect them from cancer, according to researchers.