Birth Control Pill Reduces Risk of Severe Covid-19, Study Says

According to the King's College London study, estrogen plays a crucial role in the protection against the novel coronavirus.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Women who take the contraceptive pill are less likely to develop severe Covid-19. The finding is based on a study by King's College London. According to researchers, estrogen plays a crucial role in protection against the novel coronavirus, which also helps explain why men are more affected by the disease.

To reach this conclusion, researchers analyzed data from over half a million women who used the Covid Symptom Study App during the months of May and June. The App was developed by King's College to track people with the disease.

The results showed . . .

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