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Healthy Eating and Nutrition for the Whole Family

Providing the family with healthy and nutritious meals is on all of our to do lists but this goal can often feel overwhelming and unattainable in the face of daily responsibilities and overwhelming sc...

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Culture during childhood shapes family planning

Family planning is not just what we decide consciously as adults. Young parents are noticeably impressed by childhood experiences, as a new analysis on Turkish migrant data proves. Women born in Turke...

Beth Schlachter Named Executive Director of Family Planning 2020

WASHINGTON, DC (PRWEB) April 29, 2015 The Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) Reference Group Co-Chairs, Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of UNFPA, and Dr. Chris Elias, President of Global De...

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"But I Wasn't Told To": Lack of Education and Workplace Policy as Barriers in the Provision of Family Planning Information.

Access to family planning has been identified as critical to public health. Improving the linkage between medical and social services could result in improved access to care for those most at risk of ...

The Impact of Reproductive Health Legislation on Family Planning Clinic Services in Texas.

We examined the impact of legislation in Texas that dramatically cut and restricted participation in the state's family planning program in 2011 using surveys and interviews with leaders at organizati...

Married Men's Involvement in Family Planning - A Study from Coastal Southern India.

Over the years, India has emerged as one of the most populous countries in the world, next only to China. Unregulated fertility can compromise the economic development and political stability of a cou...

Assessing predictors of contraceptive use and demand for family planning services in underserved areas of Punjab province in Pakistan: results of a cross-sectional baseline survey.

Although Pakistan was one of the first countries in Asia to launch national family planning programs, current modern contraceptive use stands at only 26% with a method mix skewed toward short-acting a...

Pregnancy Prevention and Condom Use Practices among HIV-Infected Women on Antiretroviral Therapy Seeking Family Planning in Lilongwe, Malawi.

Programs for integration of family planning into HIV care must recognize current practices and desires among clients to appropriately target and tailor interventions. We sought to evaluate fertility i...

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