Birth control pill confers different risks for black women

07/1/2008 | Reuters

Black women have different risks for heart disease and diabetes from taking low-dose oral contraceptives compared with white women, a study shows. Black women generally have more insulin resistance, a higher rate of glucose intolerance and lower triglycerides than white women, researchers say, so the side effects of the pill will be different.

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