CHICAGO (CBS) — A Northwestern Medicine study said it just isn’t true: That birth control is linked to depression.
Researchers said the pill and other hormonal contraceptives will not trigger sad nor suicidal thoughts.READ MORE: 5 Killed, 18 Wounded In Chicago Weekend Shootings
But they note that the mental and physical stress of an unintended pregnancy could trigger new incidents of depression, including postpartum depression.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Colder And Blustery Sunday Night
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