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What is the Title IX office and how can it help me?

The Title IX office is an important resource at your school that you should be familiar with. Here’s why.
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IUDs and Implants: Why long-acting birth control might be your best bet

Implants and IUDs are two methods of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) that are increasingly popular among college students. Find out if this type of birth control is the right choice for you.
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The pros and cons of these 7 common contraceptives

Students share what they like (and don't) about these common contraceptives.
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Ask the doc: “I don’t have a period. Can it be due to stress?”

—Candace P.*, Fresno Pacific University, California Stress could be one possible explanation. But first, let’s make sure it’s not something else, such as pregnancy. Sometimes women (especially younger women and teens) don’t know they’re pregnant...
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Ask the health educator: Can ‘pulling out’ prevent pregnancy?

—Cris M.*, Georgia Gwinnett CollegeI get a lot of questions about the pullout method, also known as coitus interruptus or the withdrawal method. It’s the third most commonly used form of birth control among...