Study: Pregnant women suffer depression and anxiety

11/9/2007 | Reuters

Expectant mothers can suffer from anxiety and depression, which can have negative effects on them and their children, according to a study. Researchers found 54% of expecting women suffer from anxiety, 37% from depression and 12% to 17% experience both.

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