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Impact of Parental Depressive Symptoms on Offspring

Despite the common belief that pregnancy is a happy time in a woman’s life, occurrence of depression during pregnancy reportedly range from 14% to 23% among 25 to 44 year olds. Women of certain groups are at greater risk of suffering from depression during pregnancy including minorities, those with a past personal and family history of depression, poorer overall health, smoking, alcohol and drug abuse, unemployment, being single, uninsured, lower educational attainment, and lower socioeconomic status.

Citation: Huynh N, Finik J, Jenny Ly, Nomura Y (2014) Assessing the Impact of Parental Depressive Symptoms on Offspring Temperament and Development in Infancy. J Depress Anxiety S1:005.

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