The FDA announced Tuesday it has approved making the Plan B morning-after pill available over the counter. But purchasers have to be at least 15 to buy it, and will have to provide proof of age at the cash register.
The pills have been made available under the new school program known as CATCH – Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health – which is aimed at stemming teen pregnancy.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey has sent a letter to Rite Aid seeking an apology for the customer.
Many women suffer from uterine fibroids. The options to treat them are limited and can cause complications, but soon treatment may be as easy as taking a pill, CBS 2′s Dr. Holly Phillips reports.
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