Saturday, 24 November 2012

Birth control

Overpopulation is the single most important public health problem in the world. It promotes global warming, underlies ongoing shortages of food and medication, and facilitates spread of infectious diseases—to name just a few major issues. Fortunately, though, overpopulation has a remedy: birth control. Although derided by some religions and other opinion leaders, birth control is more important to the world's survival than decreasing the carbon footprint, achieving peace in the Middle East, or winning back the House of Representatives.

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