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Hormonal birth control increases the risk of depression and women just can't win

If anybody needed more proof that women can't win when it comes to expressing their sexuality, a Danish study involving more than 1 million women found an increased risk of depression tied to taking hormonal birth control. Oh, yay. The participating women were between the ages of 15 and 34, tracked...
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