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Maternal Depression

Maternal depression is considered a risk factor for the socioemotional and cognitive development of The current prevalence of depression in Canada averages at 6%, which is similar to the rates in other western countries .However, the prevalence of postpartum depression is approximately 13%.Women of childbearing age are particularly at risk for depression, and many of them experience high levels of social morbidity and depressive symptoms that are often unrecognized and untreated. Mothers already at risk for depression are particularly fragile during the first month of postpartum. Maternal depression has consequences on the child’s development

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