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Yelp is adding consumer notices to listings of centers for crisis pregnancy and faith-based crisis pregnancy to ensure women aren't "misled or confused" about the services those facilities provide.
According to a blog posted Tuesday by the publisher of crowd-sourced reviews, the new consumer notices will better distinguish crisis pregnancy centers from other reproductive healthcare providers.
The notices inform consumers that crisis pregnancy centers typically provide limited medical services and may not have licensed medical professionals onsite.
This will help users from potentially being misled or confused, according to Yelp which said it takes transparency, especially around sensitive healthcare decisions, seriously.
"While some people come to Yelp to find businesses that offer pregnancy resources, there are others who turn to Yelp to find reliable information about abortion providers," Yelp said in a statement.
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