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Men take onus of birth control with rise in use of condoms; female sterilisations also decline, says NFHS data – Times Now

The Mumbai suburbs too were not behind in the use of condoms. &nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspiStock Images Mumbai: In an interesting development, the National Family Health Survey (NFHS 2019-20) has suggested that men have started taking responsibility for birth control with the increased use of contraceptives like condoms. The latest survey also suggested that there has been a marginal decline in the use of female sterilisations and oral contraceptive pills

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Bridgerton Recap: The Rhythm Method – Vulture

Bridgerton Swish Season 1 Episode 6 Editors Rating 4 stars **** Photo: NICK BRIGGS/NETFLIX Weve reached the scene fans and critics of The Duke and IBridgerton season ones source materialhave wondered about since the show was announced: a scene that has only grown in controversy since publication in 2000 due to the developing discourse around consent during sex in both real life and art.

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Large study finds that oral contraceptive use protects women against ovarian and endometrial cancer – News24

A new study by Uppsala University in Sweden found that oral contraceptive use protects against ovarian and endometrial cancer. The research published in the journal Cancer Research, involving more than 250 000 women, also found that the protection against these common cancers in women lasted several decades after they stopped taking the pill. The first oral contraceptive was approved in the 1960s

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Gov. Charlie Baker vetos bill to expand abortion access in Massachusetts – MassLive.com

Gov. Charlie Baker returned a bill to expand access to reproductive health services back to the Massachusetts Legislature unsigned Thursday.

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Menstruation apps store excessive information, privacy charity says – The Guardian

Menstruation apps are unnecessarily storing personal data such as what medication women are on, their birth control habits and how hard women find it to reach orgasm, privacy campaigners have said.

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North America Infertility Treatment Devices and Equipment Market Forecast to 2027 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis by Product ; Procedure ; End…

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Ohio legislature passes ban on abortion via telehealth – Healthcare IT News

The Ohio state legislature passed a bill this past week that would ban using telemedicine to provide abortions.

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The 11 most mind-blowing health discoveries and innovations of 2020 – Business Insider – Business Insider

MSPhotographic/Getty Images Most kids with peanut allergies do not outgrow them. But, with a little help, some might be able to better tolerate accidental exposures. In January, the Food and Drug Administration approved Palforzia, a new drug designed to help kids who are allergic to peanuts react better, if they are accidentally exposed.

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90 Day Fianc: Brandon Gibbs Reveals Why Julia Had Once Almost Stabbed Him – Screen Rant

90 Day Fianc's Brandon Gibbs took to Instagram to reveal some shocking secrets about his life with Russian Julia Trubkina before coming to the show. Besides the awkward birth control conversations, and third-wheeling mother, Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina from 90 Day Fianc make for a pretty normal couple

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Gucci Mane & Keyshia Kaoir Welcome Their First Child Together — Find Out the Baby Boy’s Cool Name! – WHAS11.com

Gucci Mane & Keyshia Kaoir Welcome Their First Child Together -- Find Out the Baby Boy's Cool Name! Christmas came early for Gucci Mane and KeyshiaKa'oir. The happy couple welcomed their first child together on Wednesday! Ka'oir took to Instagram to announce the exciting news, posting a pair of stunning maternity snapshots in which she bares her baby bump.

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90 Day Fiance: Everything To Know About Brandon’s Love Julia Trubkina – Screen Rant

Brandon Gibbs and Julia Trubkina are one of the new couples on season 8 of 90 Day Fianc. What is there to know about the Russian dancer?

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Welcome to Montclair: 2021, year of the deer? – Montclair Local

A curious deer sniffs the air. COURTESY HENRY GRESSMAN ON UNSPLASH By KIRSTEN D

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Sagittarius 2021 Horoscope – Yearly Predictions for Love and Career – Allure

Read your sign's monthly horoscope to see what the universe has in store for you, or check out the Sagittarius personality profile. Welcome to 2021, Sagittarius, and congrats on surviving 2020. As the sign of higher learning, Sagittarius, your work is rarely just a job, but a form of self-expression

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Allergy headache: Causes, symptoms, and treatments – Medical News Today

Hay fever and sinus pressure may cause headaches. However, this pain is not a typical allergy symptom. Two types of headaches are associated with allergies: sinus headaches and migraine headaches

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Fierce Medtech’s Top 10 stories of 2020: COVID testing’s ups and downs – FierceBiotech

In a typical year, Id compile our annual roundup of top stories while searching for photos of gold confetti and festive ribbonschampagne, maybe, or some fireworkswhile the tune of Auld Lang Syne runs through my head, hoping to evokean air of happy celebration and offer, in our small way, a salute to the accomplishments of the medtech industry during our last trip around the sun. This year

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How Birth Control Can Help Us Reimagine The Future – Boing Boing

Authors and former io9 majordomos Annalee Newitz and Charlie Jane Anders have a fortnightly podcast called Our Opinions Are Correct, which covers all sorts of nerd culture and science-related topics. In the December 3 episode, "Birth Control of the Future," Newitz and Anders discuss reproductive and contraceptive technologies, both real and imagined, and the various ramifications they might have on society. There's a lot of interesting ground here, from artificial wombs to morning after pill vending machines to the impact of coronavirus (and potentially other pandemics) on child-rearing responsibilities

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Hyperpigmentation Around Mouth: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention – Healthline

Discoloration around the mouth is a common manifestation of hyperpigmentation.

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Readers and Tweeters Defend Front-Line Nurses and Blind Us With Science – Kaiser Health News

Letters to the Editor is a periodic feature. Wewelcome all commentsand will publish a selection

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Treatment Options for Patients Living With An Incurable Blood Cancer – CBS Denver

Cancer is a disease that almost everyone will confront at some point in their lives, either personally or through a loved one. While some cancers may go into remission and not recur, others may never go into remission or may relapse. In some cases, patients may find themselves living with cancer as a chronic illness.

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Beauty Of 5: Everything You Need To Know About Saffron Cs Yoni Sexual Wellness Products – MadameNoire

MadameNoire Featured Video Source: Photo by Tamera Darden / Saffron C Though women have become increasingly comfortable with their sexuality, the idea of sexual wellness is still a bit foreign to some. For one, theres an assumption that our reproductive organs are simply going to do what theyre supposed to do when we need them to do it and thats not always the case.

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90 Day Fiance: Is Brandon Gibbs’ Mother Betty The New Debbie? – Screen Rant

Is Brandon Gibbs' mother Betty giving Colt's mom Debbie a run for her money? Maybe so. She seems to share some similar traits.

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I didn’t mean to have 3 kids, but I’m so glad I did – Motherly Inc.

We always said we'd have "two or three kids." My husband and I both come from families with two kids. Most of the families we know had two kids

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Review: Mother Teresa Sings, in Drag and With Doubts – The New York Times

Theater in Quarantine, a company that since March has been streaming experimental works from its founders closet, turns the constraints of its odd conditions into a marvelous style.

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Trump appointees protest politicization of the pandemic now but the GOP has long distorted science – Salon

Wednesday morning, the New York Times published an expos documenting the complaints of two Trump appointees at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)who witnessed "the White House's slow suffocation of the agency's voice, the meddling in its messages and the siphoning of its budget." It's an important and well-researched piece but it's hard not to feel bad for the journalist, Noah Weiland, whose hard work will undoubtedly be met with a familar chorus of "no duhs" from liberal readersand "fake news" from conservatives.

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Ronan Keating proves birth control is a boys’ zone too – Sunday World

'Schnipp-Schnapp!' I was more than a little tickled by a German headline about Ronan Keating's upcoming vasectomy this week.

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