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.
Psychiatric drugs tied to lower motor, neurological scores in babies
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