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"All of us who need birth control want to find the method that is best for us. And each of us has different needs when choosing a method. If you are trying to choose, learning about each method may help you make your decision. Use the list of birth control methods [listed here] to read about the methods."
"Population Action International advocates for women and families to have access to contraception in order to improve their health, reduce poverty and protect their environment. Our research and advocacy strengthen U.S. and international assistance for family planning. We work with local and national leaders in developing countries to improve their reproductive health care programs and policies."
From MTV's It's Your (Sex) Life, What Works/What Doesn't compares various forms of birth control. Click on the image below to get more information.
China's One Child Policy: Marketplace (American Public Media)
"Marketplace Shanghai Bureau Chief Scott Tong concludes his three-year
posting in China with an in-depth series about the controversial policy
that restricts many Chinese families to having no more than one child.
In this multimedia series we look at how the one-child policy in China came into being 30 years ago and how it has evolved."
To get a sense of what we might have on the topic of birth control and/or contraception, try a "SUBJECT begins with" search in Library Catalog using one of
the sample Library of Congress Subject Headings listed below:
Birth control United States History
Intrauterine contraceptives industry United States
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