Hypothetically, an implanted embryo could be older than the woman who gives birth to it.
The once-a-month birth control pill is embedded into a starfish-like organic device.
A brain region called the hypothalamus is smaller among women who use birth control pills, compared with non-users, a new study finds.
Genetic screening can't yet reveal which embryo will grow into the tallest or smartest child.
The world's first injectable male birth control may may finally be on its way to approval in India, according to news reports.
Whether your baby has a thick mop of hair or just a few strands, most of it will fall out before she's six months old.
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