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Study links risk factors to variations in postpartum depression

A study shows that depression following childbirth can begin at different times and follow multiple distinct trajectories, emphasizing the need for clinicians to monitor for signs of postpartum depression and be aware of risk factors that may predispose a new mother to depression. The study is published in Journal of Women's Health. read more
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