Womens Health

FDA To Allow Morning After Pill for 17-Year-Olds


Women as young as 17 may soon be able to get the morning-after birth control pill known as Plan B without a doctor's prescription. The FDA says it is accepting a federal judge's order that lifts the Bush administration's restrictions limiting the over-the-counter sales of Plan B to people 18 and older.

The Associated Press reports:


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