Presidential hopefuls Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), who signed a pledge against abortion rights, and businessman Herman Cain, who has not, seen at the taping of a radio show in New Hampshire in May. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Health insurance plans may soon have to offer prescription contraception at no upfront cost to women. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Medical Panel Recommends No-Cost Birth Control

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Birth Control Without Copays Could Become Mandatory

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In one piece from the edgy campaign, a henpecked husband cowers with cartons of milk in his arms. California Milk Processor Board hide caption

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New York plastic surgeon Brad Jacobs holds a silicone gel breast implant in 2006. That year the FDA allowed silicone implants back on the market, after a 14- year hiatus. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Yasmin birth control pills are among those that contain drospirenone, a synthetic hormone that appears to carry an elevated risk for blood clots. Gnarls Monkey/Flickr hide caption

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