The FDA reports that drug prescriptions for kids have dropped overall since 2002, but while the use of certain drugs like …
For the second time in a month, a major birth control pill maker has recalled versions of its oral contraceptives.
If women wind up pregnant from faulty pill packets, product liability lawsuits or “wrongful pregnancy” cases — reminiscent of medical malpractice — could be filed.
Women with recalled packets are at greater risk of pregnancy and should use back-up contraception. Is your pill on the list?
Qualitest Pharmaceuticals is recalling multiple lots of birth control pills because of a packaging error that may interfere with proper dosing and result in unintentional pregnancy.
The morning-after pill is approved for use as an emergency contraceptive, meant to be taken the day after unprotected sex, but a new study suggests women might be able to use it as regular birth control as well.
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