Recent Examples of birth control from the Web
If they're denied access to affordable birth control, the effects could be overwhelming.
However, a rising number of countries have pledged to boost their spending on reproductive health services, as part of the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) initiative – which aims to give 120 million more women worldwide access to birth control.
On Friday, the administration made one of its boldest moves yet, with two memos from multiple agencies that would dramatically curtail women’s access to birth control through their employers.
There, the magazine was explicit in its support for women's access to birth control.
Switch to nonhormonal birth control; if your doctor agrees, try bioidentical hormones for menopausal migraines.
In February, the European Union approved one of these apps, called Natural Cycles, as a method of birth control for the first time.
For the women whose access to birth control has been limited by last month's Hobby Lobby ruling, there's hope yet.
An acceptance of birth control also eases women’s lot.
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BIRTH CONTROL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of birth control for English Language Learners
: things that are done to keep a woman from becoming pregnant
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