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Birth control

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Birth control

restriction of the number of offspring by means of contraceptive measures, projects, programs, or methods to control reproduction, by either improving or diminishing fertility. Limiting the number of children born.A control used by modern governments to stabilise population growth. Nature and the environment can become a player in birth control, as backed by Charles darwin when putting reference to the external factors of an organisms environment such as food sources etc.