If you ever find yourself in a situation where you had a little too much fun last night and teetered into the irresponsible zone of condom-less sex and uncontrollable self-control, the morning after pill often comes to the rescue. It's probably a good idea to know how it works and what it does to your body. Easy to…
Teenagers across the country are being wrongly denied Plan B by pharmacists who are apparently terrible at their job, according to a new study.
In a rare example of overruling her own experts and the FDA—while apparently ignoring the highest teen pregnancy rate of any industrialized country—Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is prohibiting teenagers younger than 17 from buying the morning-after pill over the counter. That's plain wrong.
So, you had a good night but something went wrong and you think that you or your partner may get an unwanted pregnancy. Best solution? Morning after pill. Worst solution? Fake morning after pills. The FDA is warning about them: