The move is likely to face fierce resistance from pro-life religious groups.
Pro-lifers hope that with new appointments by Trump, the Supreme Court will overrule Roe.
The president-elect's promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act will affect millions of women.
Side effects, drugs companies and societal roles all play their parts in holding back alternative forms of birth control.
A landmark study of more than a million Dutch women finds a link between depression and hormonal contraceptives such as the birth control pill, the patch and IUDs.
The watchdog said councils should also distribute the contraceptives to sexually active gay men.
Thousands of counterfeit condoms have been seized in the U.K.
The strategy was set up to address soaring pregnancy rates among teenagers from deprived backgrounds.
The court did not rule on the merits of the legal challenge by nonprofit Christian employers who objected to the 2010 healthcare law's requirement that they provide female workers insurance paying for contraceptives.
The paper will affect the lives of 1.3 billion Catholics.
A 4-4 split looms over a legal challenge launched by Christian groups.
They say they have developed a product that works for men with no side effects.
Pope Francis added that he still considers abortion a crime.
Lawmakers in two states have passed measures that allow women and teens to obtain birth control pills directly from pharmacies without a prescription.
The justices will hear appeals by Christian groups demanding exemption from the requirement to provide contraception insurance.
Evidence shows providing IUDs during hospitalizations for delivery is an effective way to increase contraceptive use among new mothers.
Some women may have difficulty getting abortions and some types of birth control pills.
Out-of-pocket expenses for contraceptives have plummeted in the last few years.
It's NOT a dating site, officials say.
In Griswold v. Connecticut, the court decided in favor of allowing married couples to use contraception, a precedent-setting decision.
Health insurers have been restricting access to certain contraceptive methods to save money.
The popular online video-streaming service refuses to air an ad that is critical of Amendment 67.
A study found that women who take high-estrogen contraception have a higher rate of developing breast cancer.