Men and Postpartum Depression
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drugs.com — “Hispanic women who suffer domestic abuse during or shortly before becoming pregnant have a fivefold increased risk of postpartum depression, U.S. researchers sa” View full resource at drugs.com
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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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news.yahoo.com — “Read 'In Mental Illness, Women Internalize and Men Externalize' on Yahoo! News. Women are more likely to develop anxiety and mood disorders such as depression, while men's mental health issues are more likely to involve antisocial personality and substance abuse disorders, a new study says.” View full resource at news.yahoo.com
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