Birth Control Pill May Triple Risk Of Crohn’s Disease In Women With Family History Of The Condition

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Researchers from Harvard University compared 230,000 women who have used birth control pills for long periods of time with women who never used birth control pills. Results showed that if women took oral contraceptives for more than five years, they would have a three-fold increased risk of Crohn’s disease. Via Medical Daily. Posted March 16, 2015.

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