Wednesday, June 1st, 2011
Birth-Control Pills Face Safety Review
WASHINGTON—The Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday it is conducting a safety review of certain types of birth-control pills to see if they increase the risk of blood clots beyond that of other pills. (Wall Street Journal)
Does work interfere with breastfeeding?
The sooner a new mother goes back to work after giving birth, the less likely she is to breastfeed her baby, according to a U.S. study. (Reuters)
SPF15 sun cream ‘not strong enough’
People should use stronger sun cream to protect against cancer, a medical journal has warned. (BBC)