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Emergency contraception, and stopping smoking
Indhu Prabakar, a subspecialty registrar in sexual and reproductive health at Abacus Services for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare in Liverpool, goes through the options for emergency contraception. Tim Coleman, a professor of primary care at the UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies, University of Nottingham, explains his research on methods to help smokers quit.
Methods to aid smoking sessation: 0:30
Emergency contraception: 8:50