New York City Schools Give Plan B 'Morning After' Pill to Teens

The pilot program that allows teens to access the contraceptive drug Plan B in 13 New York City schools -- perhaps the first of its kind in the country -- may be eventually implemented citywide. According to the city's Board of Health, parents can "opt out" of the program, but only 1 to 2 percent has chosen to do so. "The proof is in the pudding," said health department spokesman Chanel Caraway. "Overall, this suggests that parents are OK with the service being available to their...Full Story
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