Oral contraceptives up women's chances of developing multiple sclerosis
A new study has revealed that women who take oral contraceptives are at higher risk of multiple sclerosis (MS).
However, researchers said that the findings do not mean women should stop using birth control, Fox News reported.
The researchers, who utilized membership data from Kaiser Permanente Southern California, analyzed the health records of 305 women aged 14 to 48 who were diagnosed with MS or its precursor, clinically isolated syndrome (CIS), between 2008
(Posted on 01-03-2014)