Thursday, October 27, 2016

New research links contraception and depression

Danish study finds teens using the pill have an 80 per cent higher chance of becoming depressed
"Women who are prescribed hormonal contraception should be informed about these potential side effects," says Danish gynecologist Ojvind Lidegaard, surprised with the results of a recent study in his country. Chris and Kate Knorr / Design Pics.
The newly published results of a study in Denmark are showing what some women have already suspected: there's a link between contraception use and depression. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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Jeff Durham feels betrayed by defeat of Molly and Cassie's Law
Baby Molly's parents.
Jeff Durham feels disappointed and betrayed by the defeat of Cassie and Molly's law Oct. 19, a bill named after his murdered unborn daughter and her mother, Cassie Kaake. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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