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not deliberate

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Other than the copper IUD and sterilization methods, all other nonhormonal contraceptive methods are by far inferior in terms of the ability to prevent unintended pregnancy.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has the potential to decrease rates of unintended pregnancy in the United States by increasing women's access to no-cost prescription contraceptives.
The concept of unintended consequences covers three areas: POSITIVE RESULTS, NEGATIVE RESULTS, and PROBLEMATIC RESULTS.
Paul Bouchey, Parametric chief investment officer, recently discussed these two problems (turnover and unintended risks) and how Parametric is addressing them in its new strategies.
In particular, poor, black, and Hispanic women and girls continued to have much higher rates of unintended pregnancy than did whites and those with higher incomes.
CDC, the Puerto Rico Department of Health, and partners used a comprehensive approach, including key informant interviews and review of existing data, to gather information on contraception services in Puerto Rico, including information on rates of unintended pregnancy, contraceptive use, contraceptive access, and barriers to provision and use of contraception.
Women who had been on ART for two or more years were more likely than those who had been receiving therapy for less time to report an unintended pregnancy (79% vs.
And yet, a perennial argument put forth by abortion opponents at the federal and state levels holds that contraception does not reduce unintended pregnancy--nor the incidence of abortion--and may actually increase it by leading to more sexual activity and, therefore, more risk.
MANILA -- The Department of Trade and Industry has created a team that will investigate cases of sudden and unintended acceleration of a car model being manufactured by Japanese carmaker Mitsubishi Motors Corp.
This report from the Brookings Institute think tank uses data from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) to explain why a low-income woman in the US is more than five times as likely as a higher-income woman to have an unintended birth.
But I'm not talking about the unintended consequences of PPACA.
It comes as a shock to learn that 40% of all new-borns are unintended.
Saudi Arabia on Wednesday announced the recall of more than 400,000 Toyota cars for alleged problems with unintended acceleration, a statement from the kingdom's ministry of commerce and industry said.
Washington, May 8 ( ANI ): Women with unintended pregnancy are four times more likely to suffer from postpartum depression at twelve months postpartum, a new study has suggested.
Every action has consequences, sometimes unintended ones.