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NY Fines Health Insurer $1 Million for Improper Denials of Contraception Coverage


New York Law Journal (registration) - Apr 20, 2017
The state Department of Financial Services (DFS) said about 1,000 people covered by the Rochester-based nonprofit health insurer did not receive coverage for contraception, as state laws require for most group policies in the state. In a stipulation ...
 

Univera parent company fined $1 million for contraception coverage violations


Buffalo News - Apr 17, 2017
New York law requires health plans to provide coverage for all contraceptive drugs and devices, and plans that came into existence after the Affordable Care Act must cover at least one form of contraception in each FDA-approved contraceptive method ...
 

50 years ago, contraception options focused on women


Science News - Apr 6, 2017
The pill is a sledgehammer approach to contraception.... A second-generation of [drugs] is being designed to do the job without upsetting a woman's normal cycle of ovulation and menstruation.... A contraceptive administered to the man can be given only ...
 

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Contraception books

Managing Contraception 2016, Limited Edition


by: Mimi Zieman
This is the newest, limited edition of Managing Contraception. It is 33% larger than past editions, measuring 4 ¾" X 7 ¼".
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Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility


by: Marc A. Fritz MD, Leon Speroff MD

Established for more than thirty years as one of the world's most widely read gynecology texts, Clinical Gynecologic Endocrinology and Infertility is now in its Eighth Edition. In a clear, user-friendly style enhanced by abundant illustrations, algorithms, and tables, the book provides a complete explanation of the female endocrine system and its disorders and offers practical guidance on evaluation and treatment of female endocrine problems and infertility. Major sections cover reproductive physiology, clinical endocrinology, contraception and infertility.
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Fast Facts: Contraception


by: Ailsa E. Gebbie, Katharine O'Connell White M.D.
One of the major roles of anyone working in sexual health is that of educator, and many people rely on well-informed healthcare professionals to help them choose the most appropriate method of contraception. This completely revised third edition of Fast Facts: Contraception, by two new authors of international renown, provides a concise and practical review of all the available contraceptive methods on the market in a highly readable well-illustrated format. Highlights of this comprehensive handbook include: A commonsense approach to the contraception consultation Fully updated information on recently licensed products Discussion of the risks, benefits and contraindications for all contraceptive methods.
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Contraception and Birth Control for USMLE Step 2


Simple handwritten Contraceptive (Birth Control) lecture for medical students taking the USMLE. Will be looking at how contraceptives work and the ...
 

Contraception - CRASH! Medical Review Series


Disclaimer: The medical information contained herein is intended for physician medical licensing exam review purposes only, and are not intended for diagnosis ...
 

Loose Women Discuss Giving Contraception To Their Children | Loose Women


Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1VGTPwA From series 20, broadcast on 28/01/2016 A youth worker has caused debate after she confessed that she has left ...
 

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Contraception - an introduction


Not ready to have a baby yet? This introduction to contraception is for you...