New York City's health department launched the "Maybe the IUD" campaign this week, aimed at increasing awareness about the IUD as a highly effective and low-maintenance option for birth control. iStock hide caption

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Big Question For 2015: Will The Supreme Court Rule On Abortion?

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Women who underwent sterilization surgery at a government-run camp were hospitalized in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh after 13 patients died following the procedure. Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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'Provocative' Research Turns Skin Cells Into Sperm

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Family Doctors Consider Dropping Birth Control Training Rule

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Philadelphia Case Exposes Deep Rift In Abortion Debate

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