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psychiatry.jwatch.org — “During pregnancy, women develop increasing sensitivity and responsiveness to infant distress. Depression during pregnancy reduces maternal responsiveness up to 12 months postpartum and may contribute to negative child outcomes. In a pilot study, researchers examined . . .” View full resource at psychiatry.jwatch.org
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now.tufts.edu — “Thanks to all my family and friends for all the love and support you gave me last year; that is what kept me going. I love you all. I had a scan yesterday, Friday 1/9/09. There is some spreading of the cancer. The good news is that the Avastine is still working, keeping the blood supply to that new growth from developing.” View full resource at now.tufts.edu
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