Age Restriction Removed on Morning-after Pill

A federal judge has reversed a Health and Human Services decision to restrict over-the-counter Plan B contraceptives, now allowing 15 year olds access with no point-of-sale interference. While many major professional organization have approved this change, it still stirs controversy in many sectors.

PositiveTip: This ruling makes it even more imperative that parents openly discuss with their youngsters these issues in the context of the family values.