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Birth control pills linked with a serious new risk

Since the 1960s, many women in the United States admitted they were not ready for a baby. These women were given the option to take birth control to prevent the unwanted pregnancy. While family planning has helped women's progress by leaps and bounds, some methods do come with health risks. Women have reported feeling depressed while taking oral contraceptives, but finally, a scientific study published in the Journal of The American Medical Association has proven what many have been saying for years.
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