Study recommends year's supply of birth control pills

10/31/2006 | ABC News

A new study suggests giving women a one-year supply of birth control pills instead of a one-month supply encourages proper use of the contraceptives. For many women, running out of pills is a major reason for inconsistent use, which often leads to unwanted pregnancies.

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