Researchers say the prototype pill could ultimately offer women more contraceptive choice and control. BBC Health news: Source link"Once-a-month oral contraceptive pill in tests"
A report says accessing contraceptives in the UK should be easier for girls and women. BBC Health news: Source link"Morning-after pill 'should be sold off the shelf'"
The drug combination has huge potential and would cost just “pennies a day”, say the researchers. BBC Health news: Source link"Four-in-one pill prevents third of heart problems"
Insulin pills have long been a kind of Holy Grail for people living with diabetes. A research team at MIT believes it may have taken an important step toward that dream with a new blueberry-sized capsule made of compressed insulin. Once ingested, water dissolves a disk of sugar, using a spring to release a tiny needle made up almost entirely of freeze-dried insulin. The needle is injected into the stomach â€” which the patient can’t…"MIT’s insulin pill could replace injections for people with type 2 diabetes"
Women can avoid monthly bleeding if they run oral contraceptive pill packets back to back – but is it safe? BBC Health news: Source link"Is it OK to take the pill every day without a break?"