Using data from a 2015 study on birth control access by Bixby researchers, the Brookings Institute and Child Trends produced a report estimating the impact and cost savings that would result from every woman having full access to the most effective contraceptive methods.
Nearly half of pregnancies in the U.S. are unintended, and many result from people failing to use contraception correctly or consistently. One way to improve contraceptive use is to help women select contraceptive methods that better accommodate their personal preferences.
In a recent New England Journal of Medicine commentary, a group of experts including the Bixby Center’s Dr. Daniel Grossman called on the FDA to eliminate the FDA's excessive regulation of the medication abortion drug mifepristone.
A group of experts, including Daniel Grossman, MD, director of ANSIRH and Bixby Center member, calls for an end to the FDA's overregulation of Mifeprex (mifepristone), a drug commonly used in medication abortions.
A new study, conducted by ANSIRH, finds that portrayals of abortion on TV make them seem much easier to get than they actually are, contributing to an overall lack of understanding about the realities of getting one.
A new analysis of the Turnaway Study provides an unprecedented look at how women denied abortion weigh adoption as an alternative. Opponents of abortion often portray adoption as an equally desirable and viable alternative to abortion, but this study paints a very different picture.
A new study finds that over 90 percent of young women report using at least one strategy to protect themselves from acquiring sexually transmitted infections (STIs). However, the types of strategies used by young women differ along racial/ethnic lines.