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I'm Not Stopping My Birth Control Pills Because of That Study

Everyone I know's mother has emailed them that study about birth control and depression that just came out. You know, the one from the University of Copenhagen that links hormonal birth control and increased rates of depression, especially in teens? I swear I'm not anti-science and have no specific... Continue reading
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