Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, December 28th, 2003
Those Hispanic women who had two or more sex partners in the last year and those who had been taking birth control pills for fewer than 6 months were also more likely to use the pills inconsistently, according to the Health Education and Behavior study.
Women who were regular churchgoers, though, were less likely to miss taking the pills, found Win Brown, PhD, of the University of Michigan and colleagues. Attitudes about working...
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