Psychiatric drugs tied to lower motor, neurological scores in babies

04/5/2012 | DailyRx.com

Babies born to mothers who took antipsychotic drugs during pregnancy scored lower on neurological and motor-skills tests than babies with no exposure to such medications, according to a study published online in Archives of General Psychiatry. Babies exposed to antidepressants, however, had higher neurological evaluation scores than those exposed to antipsychotic medications.

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