Maegan is a former science writer for Clue and an epidemiologist. Thinking about research validity and reproducibility keeps her up at night.
Favorite reproductive health fact: Other than humans, only four other species experience menopause—orcas, short finned pilot whales, beluga whales, and narwhals.
There are a range of non-hormonal options that vary in cost, effectiveness, and duration.
FAMs used in conjunction with other forms of contraception, such as condoms or spermicide, can decrease the risk of getting...
Researchers measure how well a birth control method works in two ways: perfect-use and typical-use.
Free bleeding is the practice of menstruating without blocking or collecting the period flow. Here’s why people do it.
Tracking symptoms throughout your menstrual cycle can help you understand your experience of PMS.
There is a lot of discussion about birth control and cancer. Here’s what you should know.
It was once thought to have a high association with developing some forms of cancer. But the latest research has...
You may have heard about TSS, and know that it has something to do with tampons. Fortunately, it’s rare.