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If all unmet needs for modern contraception among married women in the country were met, overall unintended pregnancies would be reduced by an estimated 82% or 3.1 million annually, said the report titled Adding It Up: Investing in Contraception and Maternal and Newborn Health in Pakistan.
More than twothirds of unintended births in 2010 were paid for by public insurance programs.
Women across the world experience unintended pregnancies irrespective of their development status.
This book examines unintended consequences of institutional transitional justice cases, including truth commissions in South Africa, Sierra Leone, Peru, Kenya, and East Timor; international tribunals in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda; internationalized tribunals in Cambodia, East Timor, and Sierra Leone; cases and programs in the International Criminal Court; and other truth-seeking official entities, such as the gacaca court in Rwanda and the Commission of Truth and Friendship in Indonesia and East Timor.
see as many as 9 million cats each year with unintended weight loss due to various underlying conditions," says Richard Chin, M.D., President and CEO of KindredBiosciences, the manufacturer of Mirataz.
Unintended pregnancies are preventable with effective contraception, and in Botswana the prevalence of modern contraceptive use amongst women of reproductive age has increased in the past decades; from 19% in 1984 to 51% in 2007/8 (7).
* 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.
Government, businesses, groups, and organizations are all in the news because of the unintended consequences of their actions or decisions.
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.
* Because of the potential risks associated with Zika virus infection during pregnancy, CDC has recommended that health care providers discuss prevention of unintended pregnancy with women and couples who reside in areas of active Zika virus transmission and do not want to become pregnant.