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'The Pill Messed Me Up': 10 Women Get Real About Their Bodies on Hormonal Birth Control

Post by Wendy Robinson. Given that birth control pills are the most popular form of contraceptive used by women to both prevent pregnancy and to regulate hormones, a new study from the journal JAMA Psychiatry that appears to have found links between use of the pill and increased risks of depression is big news for a lot of women.  The study, conducted by researchers in Denmark, found that the use of hormonal birth control was positively linked with future diagnosis of depression, especially for adolescents.
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