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Sarah Hill and the cover of her book.


Sarah Hill: Author Talk and Signing

Did you know taking the birth control pill would affect the way you think, feel and act? In her new book, TCU professor and evolutionary psychologist Sarah E. Hill casts a new light on the impact of the birth control pill. This is Your Brain on Birth Control: Surprising Science of Women, Hormones, and the Law of Unintended Consequences explores the pill’s cascading effects on women’s lives: it alters the body’s response to stress and even whom you’re attracted to.

NBC 5 First at Four Anchor/Medical and Health Reporter Bianca Castro sits down with Sarah Hill for a Q&A to discuss the book, why her deep dive into decades of research compelled her to write a book and share the information with other women, and the ways the pill is changing the world.

Thursday, Oct. 10
6 pm
Mary Couts Burnett Library
East Side
Knowledge is Power Steps

Book signing and reception will follow presentation.