Pediatricians: Prescribe Morning-After Pills in Advance 

The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that doctors give girls younger than 17 advance prescriptions for emergency contraception

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended today that doctors give girls younger than 17 advance prescriptions for emergency contraception, Reuters reported. "Adolescents are more likely to use emergency contraception if it has been prescribed in advance of need," the academy's Committee on…

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