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Birth Control Isn't Exactly A Turn On, Says Study

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Experts called last night for more research to be done, but advise women to consider the possibility that birth control could be ruining their smell. "The impact of pheromones on humans cannot be underestimated," a spokeswoman for the campaign group Wellbeing of Women said.

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LoveBugBecky

"obese women should gain no more than 11 to 20 pounds"

I've never been pregnant, so I'm not expert, but doesn't that seem really low? I mean, wouldn't a term baby and all his surrounding goo weigh more than 11 pounds? And isn't it really risky to gain too little weight during pregnancy?