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Lubricants (also called personal lubricants) are usually liquid gels that can be used by individuals during sexual activity. ...
WHO strongly recommends making over-the-counter emergency contraceptive pills available without a prescription to individuals who wish to use emergency contraception. ...
In 2023, WHO convened a Guideline Development Group to update an existing recommendation on assessing postpartum haemorrhage and consider using a care bundle....
This guideline on non-clinical interventions to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections incorporates the views, fears and beliefs of both women and health professionals about caesarean sections. It also considers the complex dynamics and limitations of health systems and organizations and...
An approach to optimize the global impact of COVID-19 vaccines, based on public health goals, global and national equity, and vaccine access and coverage scenarios....
Video series exploring how tactics learned from the human rights movement can help ensure every person access to the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health....

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