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Population International Services

not-for-profit agency which concluded an agreement with the government of Bangladesh to carry out the Social Marketing Project (SMP). With the objective of population control, PSI introduced two birth control products: Raja brand condoms and Maya brand oral contraceptives. A similar marketing strategy was used to promote both products. Raja’s sales increased tremendously but Maya’s sales declined over a period of time. Although Maya is selling at a cheaper price, other competitors’ brands such as Ovastat and...

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Birth Control and Abortion

control are the pill, the patch and the ring. Other times of birth control which are a little bit more complexes are the IUD anther more percent type of birth control is getting there tubes tied. There are other things that women can do if they do become pregnant and they choose they do not want to have a child at this time in their life. There are pills they can take five days after they have sex which can be bought over the counter at any drug store, There are also abortion pills that can be taken...

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Recently, I have watched a movie called Limitless where a man uses pills that allow the brain to use hundred ten percent of the brain and it leads him to great success. The unrealistic element is the pill itself. There is no such pill that would allow the brain to function as well as the pill in the movie. However, the realistic element would be that people need to get things done in order to become success. The idea of the pill allows us to think that efficacy in problem solving will give us a better...

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Labor Economics

the labor force. We would not be taking up discrimination in this paper but we would just like to use this introduction to explain why our topic exists in society today. Our topic is the effect of having early access to or the availability of contraceptives to the labor supply of women. Because of the constant discrimination and stereotypes that are given to them, women themselves have doubts about their capabilities to work and succeed in society. Women are less willing to get into the labor force...

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Build A Baby

will be addressing is the morning after pill and the controversy of it being available to any age without a prescription. There are two sides to this debate. The first side is pro-pill and they feel it should be available to any age without a prescription. They feel that this is beneficial to girls who cannot talk with their parents about sex or girls who get rapped and are too embarrassed to tell their parents. They feel that making the morning after pill available to these girls will prevent unwanted...

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Positive Influence of Hippies on Canadian Society in the 1960s.

leaglised the birth control pill. Women were able to speak out about their sexuality and be happy with the freedom they gained with the pill.[6] In the video one of the women, looks like a hippie because of her loose carefree hairstyle, and the beads that she wore. Compared to the other women who were very neat and elegant, this new type of female stands out as a hippie and therefore making hippies a positive enforcement of the introduction of the birth control pill. Flower power was another...

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Diet Pills vs. Diet and Exercise

it is on Weight Watcher, Jenny Craig, E-diets, diet pills, surgeries or with diet and exercise or any other one of the methods out there. Instead of using diet pills that only work when a person is taking them, the healthiest and safest way to lose weight is with diet and exercise. The most important thing is how these things can make life healthier for anyone who wants to lose weight. When trying to lose weight on diet plans and pills can be very pricey when there are other people around...

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Birth Control

to help them secure their birth control. This alone displays maturity. http://ourpleasure.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/giving-teens-free-birth-control-the-pros-and-cons/ Pros: Allowing teens access to different kinds of birth control such as the pill and condoms will decrease the amount of unwanted teen pregnancies and sti’s if properly educated on how to use them right so that they work there best. This process can help reduce the amount of teen abortions Free birth control allows teens...

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are legal and have more dangerous side effects, such as cortical steroids and birth control pills that contain progesterone and estrogen. Steroids are everywhere in society whether you know it or not, and all pose certain risks if you decide to take them. Now, here’s a list of side effects of one of the steroids I presented and you tell me if it sounds dangerous. Well that was for birth control pills. So why are these steroids legal and the others not? Because, Austin, they are more dangerous...

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Teenage [Regnancy

to take contraceptive pills wrongly. Many teenagers do not realize that emergency birth control pills can never function as regular birth control pills. Pandit said that the use of birth control pills as emergency contraception will stop ovulation or make the uterus inhospitable to implantation. Furthermore, teenagers’ lack of knowledge towards the functions of pills causes them to get pregnant after having sex intercourse. From the CBS News, 156 pregnancies were due to the contraceptive failure...

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