What to Know About the Morning-After Pill

morning after pill

Earlier this month, a federal judge in New York ruled that restrictions on obtaining the morning-after pill should be struck down, allowing women of any age to purchase the drug without a prescription. This ruling overturns a 2011 decision by the secretary of health and human services requiring the pill to be kept behind the pharmacy counter for ... Read More...

Need for Access to Contraception as Population Hits Seven Billion

As another billion people have been added to the world’s population in just 13 years, it has now become more important than ever to look at ways of conserving natural resources and utilizing different forms of renewable energy. But as the WorldWatch Institute points out, it is also important to decrease the number of unintended ... Read More...

Doctors Unanimous in Approving Ella – Prevent Pregnancy Pill

Federal Advisary Panel consisting of key physicians unanimously felt that the new proposed abortion medication called Ella is a better alternative to Plan B, as it can be taken up to 5 days after intercourse, compared to 3 of latter example. However there is a bit of a dilemma of how it actually works: The dispute is whether the drug works by ... Read More...

Angie Jackson Tweets Abortion of Her Second Pregnancy

Mifeprex also known as RU-486 (buttercuppunch)

In an effort to ‘de-mystify’ the concept of abortion, Angie Jackson, a mother of one decided to tweet the process live. When Angie’s IUD failed it was too late to take the morning-after pill, so her physician gave her the “Plan-B” RU-486 abortion pill, followed by 4 additional ones – a non-surgical option for early term ... Read More...