Debate Over Morning After Contraceptives Continues 11/30/12
November 30, 2012
Earlier this week, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended to make the morning after birth control available to girls younger than 17 years old.
Currently, anyone over the age of 17 can buy morning after contraceptives like "Plan B" without a prescription.
The drugs in question do not induce abortion, but rather prevent conception from taking place.
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