Noncontraceptive health benefits of intrauterine devices: a systemic review.
What does NCHB stand for?
NCHB stands for Noncontraceptive Health Benefits
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Hubacher D and Grimes DA, Noncontraceptive health benefits of intrauterine devices: a systematic review, Obstetrical & Gynecological Survey, 2002, 57(2):120-128.
Although the "pill" is increasingly safe and being used for noncontraceptive health benefits, it is still not covered by most insurance, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says on the pill's 40th anniversary "In the 21st century, all health plans should cover contraception, including--though not limited to--the pill," said Dr.
Women Unaware of Oral Contraceptive Benefits The survey also found that 61 percent of the women were unaware that OCs have noncontraceptive health benefits.
Entitled, "We've Come Full Circle Since 1960," the ad focuses on the way the Pill has changed women's lives since its introduction more than 30 years ago -- first, by giving women greater reproductive control than they ever had before, and now, by offering not only convenience and contraceptive effectiveness, but potential noncontraceptive health benefits as well.