Ramona Diaz's documentary 'Motherland' is a wake-up call for every Filipino.
Inexplicable pain from pushing a body out of you, followed by a rush of love. Love at first sight. A mother cradling her newborn, the father leaning in, awestruck and caressing his fragile baby. Many of us often imagine childbirth to be
Or make it less effective.
The benefits and pitfalls of birth control pills are extensively debated, but for many, it's the best available form of contraception. Not only does it give you more control over when you get your period, and for some, lighten the flow
The bad, the good, and the totally random.
Acne. Spider veins. Ceaseless nausea. Mood swings. Anxiety. Depression. Read the #MyPillStory hashtag on Twitter, and oral contraceptives may seem like the biggest disaster to hit women's health since the thalidomide crisis during your mom's early childhood. Adverse effects of
All hail the pill!
If you've been on birth control pills for what feels like forever, you probably worry about what will happen when you eventually go off them, particularly if you hope to get pregnant one day, on your own terms.But there's
Turns out it can play with out emotions even more than we thought.
While we're all familiar with some of the potential side effects of taking the contraceptive pill-including acne, weight gain, and mood swings-new research published in the European Neuropsychopharmacology journal suggests the daily intake of hormones can also have a
And they don't have side effects!
Since the contraceptive pill was first created in the '60s, taking it as a form of birth control has become the go-to method for women all over the world. In fact it's estimated that over 100 million women use it,
It's not right for everyone.
It's difficult for science to conclusively prove the correlation between the pill and mood, because there are tons of external factors that can affect how you're feeling. However, if you're taking the pill and finding yourself feeling significantly more
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