In another version of the same guide, the agency did not discuss implantation in regards to these two birth-control options.
Singled out for opprobrium was the planned exhibit on Margaret Sanger, birth-control crusader and godmother of Planned Parenthood.
In another version of the same guide, the agency did not discuss implantation in regard to these two birth-control options.
Nearly 90 percent of Latinos favor the new health-care provision for birth-control coverage without co-pays.
She added that the FDA is currently working on a 2012 version of the birth-control guide.
That is a great truth which goes to the heart of the whole complex problem of eugenics and birth-control.
They wish to investigate, say, the problem of birth-control; what do they do?
Abortion is a delayed, dangerous, and unsatisfactory form of birth-control.
Of such sort are the majority of inflammatory suffragettes of the sex-hygiene and birth-control species.
It is needless to insist how intimately that secondary end of marriage is bound up with the practice of birth-control.
birth control n.
Voluntary limitation or control of the number of children conceived, especially by planned use of contraceptive techniques.
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Planned interference with conception in order to control the number of offspring born. Birth control techniques include drugs containing hormones, the diaphragm, and the intrauterine device.