Medicinal chemists are tweaking a natural molecule that can be a deadly poison – a modified version might work as a nonhormonal male contraceptive.
Long-acting reversible contraceptives are more reliable than other methods of contraception and most women are happy with them.
Nigeria must reduce its population growth to increase the quality of life for people in the country. A better knowledge of contraceptives can help achieve this.
New technology claims to offer an effective alternative to hormonal contraception.
Why research into male contraception keeps hitting the buffers.
Studies have suggested that women using a particular kind of injectable contraceptive are more susceptible to HIV infection. Research in mice offers new insights.
Vasectomies could be an effective male birth control method in Africa but the procedure is misunderstood and therefore poorly used.
Few Australian women use long-acting reversible contraception, despite its advantages over other methods. These contraceptives offer women long-term, cost-effective, "fit-and-forget" contraception.