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Follow the link to a beautiful presentation on Overpopulation.(Youtube playlist) The consequnces of overpopulation could be catastrophic, and resources are already being seriously depleted, but if we spend more money on the various and already successful programs for education and voluntary family planning, we have a good chance to soften the damage.
Women who get intra-uterine devices (IUDs) for birth control appear to face a one-third lower risk of getting cervical cancer, the third most common cancer in women worldwide, said the review in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology, which included 16 previous studies spanning more than 12,000 women around the globe.
Half of the world's population will live in Africa by 2050.
The continent will need to train 5.8 million teachers and 5.6 million health workers by 2030.
Usually the mom wants to wait, and gladly accepts contraception.
The worker is prepared to give her pills, an injection, implants, or an IUD.
It is the latest step by the conservative government in this mostly Catholic country of 38 million to reverse a shrinking population.
European Union figures show that Poland's birth rate was 1.32 children per woman in 2015.
For example, women using contraceptives are more likely to be in relationships, and that may predispose them to a higher likelihood of emotional challenges - especially for younger women, "For them, they are still more insecure in relationships and may suffer more from breakups, unhappy events and things like that," speculates Karin Michels, professor and chair of epidemiology at University of California Los Angeles.Cervical cancer kills about 270,000 women per year and infects more than 528,000, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).By 2035, those numbers are expected to rise to more than 756,000 infections and 416,000 deaths, the UN health agency warns.Family planning, to relate population to world resources, is possible, practical and necessary.
Unlike plagues of the dark ages or contemporary diseases we do not yet understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess.
The health care worker asks the young woman to come back with her baby for a post natal check after the birth.