Sunday, July 12, 2015

California and Oregon Making It Easier For Women's Reproductive Health

Unwanted pregnancy (especially among teenagers) is still a big problem in America, but two states (California and Oregon) have recently passed bills making it easier for women to get forms of birth control. The most obvious is birth control pills which usually require a doctor's prescription, but under the new laws in these states, it will be a pharmacist who approves after a simple health screening at the pharmacy. 

7 comments:

  1. Hmmmm... now that's rather interesting. It's probably more inexpensive for women this way.

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  2. everybody should do what Israel does - they have the lowest number of teen pregnancies, abortions and sexual diseases because they have sexual education from the first grade in primary school.

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  3. I had not heard about this, a good thing.

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  4. I love the image attached to this most interesting fact. :)

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