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  • Morning-After Pill Available At 13 City Schools Via Pilot Program

    Morning-After Pill Available At 13 City Schools Via Pilot Program
    The City Department Of Education is now making the so-called morning-after pill available to young girls as part of a pilot program operating in 13 schools to somewhat of a mixed reaction. Girls as young as 14 will be able to get Plan B -- without...
  • Morning-After pill available in New York City schools

    Morning-After pill available in New York City schools
    The New York City Department of Education is making the morning-after pill available in 13 N.Y.C. schools. Girls as young as 14 will have access to Plan B and they will not need parental approval. The department sent notifications to parents, letting...
  • School nurses dispense Plan B, birth control at NYC schools

    School nurses dispense Plan B, birth control at NYC schools
    Some New York high schools are offering students a new health service by allowing school nurses to dispense the so-called morning after pill, and other contraceptives. It's part of an effort to reduce the number of teen pregnancies. The program started...
  • Some NY high schools offer Plan B birth control pill to students

    Some NY high schools offer Plan B birth control pill to students
    More than a dozen New York high schools are currently raising eyebrows and concern from parents for offering morning-after pills and other birth control drugs to students. Parents may be unaware if their teens are taking the drugs, which are all part of a...
  • New York program allowing teens to get Plan B pill draws critics, defenders

    New York program allowing teens to get Plan B pill draws critics, defenders
    A 15-year-old girl goes to the clinic in her New York high school -- perhaps confused, perhaps unprepared, perhaps scared that she may become pregnant. There she might get not only answers but the "morning-after," or Plan B, pill -- and not...
  • NY high schools offering morning after pills to students

    NY high schools offering morning after pills to students
    Some New York high schools are offering students a new service from the school nurse. They are passing out the so-called morning after pill in hopes of curbing unplanned teen pregnancies. Last year, the Health Department decided to make the Plan B...
  • Oktoberfest is Pretzel Time: 5 Places For Great Pretzels Around Hartford

    Oktoberfest is Pretzel Time: 5 Places For Great Pretzels Around Hartford
    If you thought you knew large pretzels, then get a load of the Uber-Pretzel, known for being one of the largest of its kind. This jumbo treat is made of 8.5 ounces of dough. When baked to completion, the inch-thick Uber-Pretzel measures a whopping 7.5...
  • Court hearing set for Wednesday, after union vote

    Court hearing set for Wednesday, after union vote
    Chicago Public Schools students will miss a seventh day of classes Tuesday as Mayor Rahm Emanuel's attempt to get the courts to quickly end the teachers strike did not produce immediate results. Instead, a judge opted to hear arguments on the mayor's...
  • 10 things to do on the Eastern Shore in winter

    10 things to do on the Eastern Shore in winter
    With its leafless landscape and almost eerie yellow and pink light, the Eastern Shore in winter is wonderfully different from its warm-weather self. This time of year, it is stripped down to its essence — quiet and spare. Summer, with its crowds and...
  • State appeals federal judge's ruling on morning-after pill

    State appeals federal judge's ruling on morning-after pill
    The state of Washington on Wednesday appealed a federal judge’s decision that pharmacists and pharmacies in the state can deny the sale of the morning-after pill, also known as Plan B, because of religious objections. Legal Voice and Planned...
  • Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information

    Collegians lack online search savvy to get credible health information
    Their parents joke that they spend so much time on their smartphones and computers, older teenagers are surgically attached to them. But spending a lot of time online does not necessarily mean they have the Internet search skills to find accurate...