"This puts my mind at ease for when I'M ready."
Let's just say she's giving into her cravings.
The stunning human rights lawyer was positively glowing.
There is a silver lining though!
It may or may not involve a dick joke...
Beyoncé gets super-sized.
Ellen Pompeo "directed" the Beyoncé-inspired video shoot.
Congratulations Bristol and Dakota!
Congrats to the newlyweds!
You could buy a house.
"This baby happened at the best time."
Is there anything better to complain about?
"I wouldn't call it a trend, but it was definitely common enough."
Are there onions in here?!
Whether it's healthy to drink while pregnant has been a major issue for quite some time now.
And of course 'E!' is helping out.
Just two weeks shy of her 50th birthday!
It's been a big week for celebrity pregnancies.
Congratulations, Blake and Ryan!
"I'm always in the process of having a baby and looking like I didn't have a baby."
Are you kidding me!?
Now you have no excuse to skip the gym.
What a time to be alive.
Is it too early to start brainstorming baby names?
This tea can actually cause your birth control pill to be defective.
About 2 in 5 sexually active women in the U.S. aren't using any form of contraception. Yikes! I don't think I have to tell you that leads to pregnancy. But still, if 3 out of 5 women are using contraception, it doesn't make sense that there are so many unintended pregnancies. What gives?
There are loads of rumored cures for unbearable morning sickness - eating crackers, drinking sports drinks, eating fresh ginger - but this new one is a little more unusual.
As if 16 & Pregnant and my 7th grade health class didn’t give me enough reasons to never produce offspring, turns out there’s a bunch of other aspects of pregnancy that scare the hell out of me. Maybe I’m biased since I’ve never had much of an interest in having kids, but just consider this a fair warning from one female to another.
When I started writing this column back in February the across the United States, many states were reevaluating their legislation around reproductive health. We're nearing the end of the year and yet issues surrounding reproductive health are continuing to pop up. Access to abortion, distribution of Plan B, and issues around birth control are still coming up across they country.
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If there’s one way to complicate a friendship, it would be to add sex to the mix. This “hook-up culture,” as it has been so nicely labeled by middle-agers, seems to be the norm on college campuses everywhere. Students are much more likely to have a few drinks and go home with a friend, than go on a “real” dinner-and-a-movie date.
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This week, under the category of “news that made me say WTF!” was this little story about students at Georgetown University taping their mouths and chaining themselves to a statue in front of the school in protest of the fact the Georgetown doesn’t provide or help to provide contraceptive options like condoms to it’s students.