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Why are we still waiting for a birth-control pill for men?

Quartz - ‎18.07.2016‎
At the UN's 1974 World Population Conference, Elsimar Coutinho, today a famous sex and fertility doctor in Brazil, was promoting the drug, which he was testing on men at the Federal University of Bahia.

Spring 2017 Children's Sneak Previews

Publishers Weekly - ‎20.07.2016‎
Kane Press readies for launch with No Place Like Space, Alien in the Outfield, May the Votes Be with You; and Money Doesn't Grow on Mars, four entries in the How to Be an Earthling series by Lori Haskins Houran, illus.
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Follow Reuters Investigates

Reuters - ‎12.07.2016‎
Yet the de-risking movement has triggered a collision of interests: As banks tighten controls, small, poor countries most dependent on trade say they're being unfairly cut off from global finance, a case made by Barrow.

A Brief History Of Male Birth Control: Clinical Research Is Promising, But We Still Have A Ways To Go

Medical Daily - ‎14.07.2016‎
At the UN's 1974 World Population Conference, Elsimar Coutinho, today a famous sex and fertility doctor in Brazil, was promoting the drug, which he was testing on men at the Federal University of Bahia.

Why Are We Still Waiting for the Male Pill?

New Republic - ‎12.07.2016‎
At the UN's 1974 World Population Conference, Elsimar Coutinho, today a famous sex and fertility doctor in Brazil, was promoting the drug, which he was testing on men at the Federal University of Bahia.
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They could have picked... Eliot Weinberger

London Review of Books (subscription) - ‎12.07.2016‎
Paul is opposed to government 'interference' in all matters (gun control, health, aid to the poor, civil rights, environment etc) with the exception of abortion.

Special Report: Caribbean countries entangled by U.S. financial crackdown

STLtoday.com - ‎13.07.2016‎
What's happening in the Caribbean is part of a larger saga, in which tighter banking controls are prompting the world's top financial institutions to avoid not just known terrorist groups but also cash remittance services, charities, foreign embassies ...

Costs of prohibition

Calcutta Telegraph - ‎16.07.2016‎
It was as if someone was trying to bring back foot-binding in China or copying Saudi Arabia's stoning and flogging laws for adultery and blasphemy.
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The Banks Of Belize

The Beachwood Reporter - ‎15.07.2016‎
What's happening in the Caribbean is part of a larger saga, in which tighter banking controls are prompting the world's top financial institutions to avoid not just known terrorist groups but also cash remittance services, charities, foreign embassies ...
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