(Washington, DC) -- Women ages 15 and up will now be able to get the morning after pill without a prescription. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave the approval yesterday. It was previously sold to "all females of reproductive age." The decision was based on data from maker Teva Women's Health which showed those 15 and up understood the product and its use. Cashiers will be responsible for checking identification.
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