One of the provisions of the Affordable Care Act is that birth control methods — be it pill, patch, shot, ring — are supposed to be covered by insurance companies without a co-pay or other charges. But two studies from the National Women’s Law Center have found that many insurance companies are still charging for…
Why do I have a toothbrush emblazoned with the active ingredient of the morning-after pill (levonorgestrel, 1.5mg)? One word: Ella. What I learned about Plan B, the generic and prescription competitions, and what you can do about the cost.
A French company wants to market "ella," a drug that prevents pregnancy for up to five days after unprotected sex, as an emergency contraceptive. But critics say it's more like an abortion pill.