Hot News Stories (11/9/15)

The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it would take up a case from religious non-profits, who claim the accommodation to their religious objections still makes them complicit in providing contraception.

Huffington Post (USA)
Parental notification for accessing contraception may be doing more harm than good. Challenging a common misconception, unrestricted access to contraception for teens does NOT increase risky sexual behavior, but it does increase safe practices.

SC Times (St. Cloud, MN)
With long-acting reversible contraception methods have become more widely known and used over the past decade, Planned Parenthood is reporting significant increases in the use of IUDs for patients instead of some less effective forms of birth control.

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