Flu during pregnancy may put children at risk for bipolar disorder

05/8/2013 | WebMD

Getting the flu while pregnant was associated with an almost fourfold increased risk of having a child who developed bipolar disorder, according to a study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. An inflammatory response or fever may explain the link between maternal influenza and the higher risk, the study author said.

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