FDA approves a pill that tells your doctor whether you’ve swallowed it or not
Source: / / 10:59 AM TUE NOV 14, 2017
A new pill that tells your doctor whether you’re swallowing it or not has just been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The pill – a new version of Abilify by Otsuka Pharmaceutical – will have a digestible sensor in it that will let a patch worn by the patient know when the pill is going down the hatch. . . . Read Complete Report
featured image: Oral birth control pills. CREDIT: Bryancalabro SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)
Birth control for men? Hell I didn’t even know men could get pregnant. Who checks these headlines? It is what it says.
Image: NO this is not a photo of a pregnant man. The photo is just being used to illustrate why we need a pill. Who the Hell wants to see this at the beach? (Photo is actually of an Obese teenager) CREDIT James Heilman, MD SOURCE Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain) . . . EDITOR
From youtube uploaded
Published on Dec 7, 2013
Women have been using the birth control pill as an oral contraceptive to prevent pregnancy since 1960. Men have had to turn to contraceptives like condoms or more permanent means, like vasectomies, to prevent pregnancies. But that may be changing. Researchers at a university in Australia say they may be close to developing a male oral contraceptive. RT’s Ameera David asks Elaine Lissner, the director of the Male Contraception Information Project, about what has taken so long to get men their own version of “The Pill.”