FDA Approves Morning After Pill Without Prescription for 15-Year-Olds

Obama administration had imposed an age minimum limit of 17


The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the "morning-after" pill without a prescription for women aged 15 and over.

Proof-of-age will be required to purchase the drug, Plan B. The decision comes a month after a judge ordered the drug to be made available to girls of all childbearing ages.