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Can birth control pills influence the female brain?

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In her book “This Is Your Brain on Birth Control,” researcher Sarah Hill challenges the estimated 46 million American women using a form of hormonal contraception to consider how it can affect the way they think, feel and act. Hill and Dr. Taraneh Shirazian, an OB-GYN from NYU Langone Health, join the 3rd hour of TODAY to discuss.