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Contraceptive Pill Not Associated With Increased Long-Term Risk of Death, Study Finds

(Science Daily) Women in the UK who have ever used the oral contraceptive pill are less likely to die from any cause, including all cancers and heart disease, compared with never users, according to research…

The results show a slightly higher risk in women under 45 years old who are current or recent users of the pill. The authors stress that the effects in younger women disappear after about 10 years.

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March 24, 2010 at 8:23 AM MyBaby said...

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