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  • The ‘curse’ of the mother-in-law?

    BBC News - 01/02/2020

    “The findings suggest that the mother-in-law’s restrictive behaviour is ultimately driven by her preferences and attitudes about fertility and family planning… Women who have fewer close outside peers are less likely to visit health facilities to receive reproductive health, fertility, or family planning services, and are less likely to use modern contraceptive methods,” the researchers from Boston University, Delhi School of Economics, Northeastern University and Boston College say.

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