results for "Unwanted Pregnancy"

  • Unwanted Pregnancy

    Preventing Unwanted Pregnancy A happily married couple, Thomas and Ella, have two children named Cody and Rachel. Thomas has...

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  • Unwanted Pregnancy

    Unwanted Pregnancy Deciding not to continue with a pregnancy is a difficult and often painful decision to...

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  • Why Teenagers Should Be Blamed for Unwanted Pregnancy Not the Society?

    Pregnancy in days past was confined to married people and the elderly in particular. In this generation pregnancy has seen to...

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  • How Filipino Teenagers Would Most Likely Deal with Unwanted Pregnancy

    The most common consequence of teenagers’ sexual unawareness of what is right and what is wrong is unwanted pregnancy. Upon...

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  • How Can Society Prevent and Avoid Unwanted Teenage Pregnancy?

    Problem-Solution Essay Outline Essay question: How can society prevent and avoid unwanted teenage pregnancy? Outline Topic:...

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  • Unwanted Pregnancy in the Philippines

    Tips for Coping With an Unplanned Pregnancy By Elizabeth Danish | Pregnancy | Rating: | An unexpected...

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  • “Unwanted Pregnancies in the Philippines: the Route to Induced Abortion and Health Consequences” Fatima Juarez, Josefina Cabigon and Susheela Singh

    giving it little priority in policy decisions to improve services for postabortion care and to expand contraceptive services to reduce unplanned...

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  • Factors Contributing the Unplanned Pregnancy Among College Students

    are many risks of unwanted pregnancy among young female university students, as the majority of today’s university students have...

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  • Cause and Effect essay

    I’m going to be talking about a very important topic called the “Unwanted Pregnancy”. I’m going to mention some examples of why...

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  • Contraception Essay

    year. (Wikipedia Inc.,2012c) India officials are eager to slow down the numbers. Besides, people want to prevent UNWANTED...

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  • Research Paper on Abortion

    has been talked about whether it is right or wrong and reasons to legalize or make abortion illegal. Females choose to end or put a stop to the...

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  • Birth Control Pill

    women of all ages, all around the world. Women now had the ability to be more careful about their family planning, making the percentage of...

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  • Prevent Abortion

    abortion come up. Nearly millions of women undergo abortion every year; forcefully or with their own desire. There are many alternatives to prevent...

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  • The Necessity of reproductive health in the Philippines

    give them the knowledge on reproductive health,abolish overpopulation inthe Philippines, and give people the freedom on how they want to deal with...

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  • Debate on Abortion Paper

     Abortion is the termination of pregnancy, whether induce or spontaneous prior to a woman giving birth. The abortion can take place if the...

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  • Abortion Summary 4

    possibility that many women have taken it and thus become a more popular choice; abortion could be used as an escape. The women have a right to choose, the...

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  • Contraception

    Small pills (hormones) swallowed to prevent pregnancy | It stops ovulation. | You take the pill every day at the same time in order to not...

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  • Communication Barriers

    Strategy Poor parental control Poor parental control Illiteracy Illiteracy Poverty Poverty Providing skills Providing skills Unwanted...

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  • Abortion

    dilemmas faced by modern societies (Devanny, 2000). Women should have the right to choose whether or not they want to continue or terminate their...

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  • Intentional Termination of Pregnancy

    Abortion is the intentional termination of pregnancy after conception. It allows women to put an end to their pregnancies but it...

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