Postnatal Depression Has Greater Impact on Child Development When it is Persistent and Severe

According to researchers, postnatal depression that last longer than 6 months can have severe implications for children as they grow. The study reveals children of mothers who experienced persistent PND were more likely to have behavioral problems, achieve lower grades in exams and have an increased risk of developing depression by age 18.

Origen: Postnatal Depression Has Greater Impact on Child Development When it is Persistent and Severe

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