WHO Updates Medical Eligibility Criteria For Contraceptive Options
Al Jazeera America: WHO expands list of recommended birth control options
“The World Health Organization on Monday added a series of long-acting, hormonal contraceptives to the list of globally recommended birth control methods, which will significantly reduce mothers’ risk of dying during childbirth, experts say. The WHO’s guidelines relax restrictions on the use of hormonal methods for breastfeeding women who are less than six weeks postpartum, according to researchers at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health…” (6/1).
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