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Leslie Woodcock Tentler has written a thorough and insightful history of the Catholic struggles with birth control in the century leading up to that moment, with a special focus on the experience of priests throughout the period.
Barbara Miner's article on "pro-life" groups' opposition to birth control raises a question that has been puzzling me for a long time ("Next Target: Birth Control," January issue).
Conspiracy beliefs may affect birth control use by African American men and women, according to a study published in the journal Health Education and Behavior.
Due to irregular monthly periods (too often and too long) attributed to perimenopause, my doctor recommended that I use the birth control pill.
Said Lowey, angrily: "It seems to me, from this discussion, that the gentleman from New Jersey is saying to every woman who may take the birth control pill or use another one of five accepted methods of contraception that they are abortionists.
Taking birth control pills for a few years decreases a woman's risk of getting ovarian cancer later in life.
For the future health and past healing of the church, we should declare once and for all that the use of birth control is a question of conscience that Catholic couples should decide for themselves.
You must abstain from sexual intercourse or use two highly effective birth control methods at the same time for at least one month before receiving thalidomide.