The number of women using long-acting reversible contraception has almost doubled in recent years, and most of the increase is due to the growing popularity of IUDs.
There's a cheap new IUD on the block: the Liletta. Its entire purpose is to help address the class gaps in birth control, and make IUDs, which can cost $1,000...
OK, so Buffett has long been a supporter of expanding access to contraception. Does that mean the IUD should not be given a second look?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends IUDs and hormonal implants -- known as long-acting reversible contraceptives -- as first-line birth control for teen girls.
Mass. gubernatorial candidates call the Supreme Court "Hobby Lobby" decision abhorrent and disturbing.