Want to have no babies forever but don't want to deal with the messiness of getting your tubes tied? You're in luck! A new procedure to sterilize women got the thumbs up from an FDA advisory panel this week. The procedure, which involves a device called Adiana, uses "radio signals to create a lesion inside the fallopian tube. A catheter delivers a soft material smaller than a grain of rice into the tube. Healthy tissue then grows on and around the material to create a permanent blockage." It's a brave new gynecological world out there, people. [ABC News]