has introduced Alesse Birth Control Pills today

December 29, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News has introduced much in demand, Alesse birth control pills online today. The site was launched by Women’s Healthcare Association (WHCA), Chicago, in September 2007, for women who are on either birth control pills or looking for proper guidance and information on birth control methods and options.

“In last three months, we have been able to enroll hundreds of women who are willing to know more about birth control methods and products to effectively use them. Today, we are pleased to inform them and our new visitors to the site that new page for Alesse 28 birth control pill has been added to provide them additional information", Samantha Campbell, executive director informed the media.

"Alesse birth control pills are another popular pill and trusted by women in the U.S. and Canada. We had tried to bring as much as information possible so that women know the benefits, advantages and side effects of Alesse. However, we do not recommend this pill but encourage them to contact their family doctor or health care professionals before deciding for this pill," Samantha added.

“At, we will try to keep our members informed about the new birth control methods available to them and even how to avoid pregnancy without medicines and surgery i.e with the help of family planning. Today’s women have become very health conscious and when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) or HIV/AIDS, it becomes inevitable to know how to remain safe from these life-threatening diseases”, Samantha Campbell explained.”

This online birth control information site is created to provide information on birth control, birth control medicines, treatment, emergency contraceptive methods and options to avoid unplanned pregnancy. Please visit the site to know about the birth control methods.

For further information on birth control pills, please visit at to know more about Alesse birth control pills, patches and other birth control methods and options. The above news is being published for general information and awareness and should not be taken as medical advice. If it is so, please consult your doctor or professional healthcare.