Daily Shot: The Morning-after Pill for Kids?

Ali and John discuss The American Academy of Pediatrics' recommendation that doctors should talk to their teenage patients about Plan B, the morning-after pill. In the past, this pill was only offered to females aged 18 years and older, but now doctors are allowed to talk to younger teenage girls about it, too.

Do you think this will affect the number of teenage girls who have sex? Tell us in the comments.

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