Also, in health news it's being called the first of its kind, a new birth control pill that could stop a woman's menstrual cycle, indefinitely.
The FDA approved the pill Lybrel. Analysts are predicting a tremendous demand, but some are raising concerns about whether blocking periods is safe long-term.
Unlike other pills, which prescribe a week when the hormones aren't taken, Lybrel is supposed to be taken everyday.
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