The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) is currently fighting a law that requires women to take early-stage abortion pills at registered clinics — a law that contrasts with the common practice of countries such as France, Sweden, and the US, who allow women to take the pills at home.
A scientific study conducted five years ago found that 98% of women who took the pills at home were satisfied with the experience.
The current law requires women to visit the clinic twice and receive two different medications that induce the abortion.
What do U think? Should UK women be able to perform early-stage abortions at home?
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A contraceptive pill for dogs has been created. This pill is called Chem Spay, its creators say three chewable tablets will sterilize a female dog.
This has been done in hopes to reduce the amount of dogs that are euthanized each year. Since the amount of dogs without homes is overwhelming, the creators of this pill are thinking that if less pups are born, there will be less homeless doggies.
Check out the video above to see the report on this new pill.