Pregnancy depression is on the rise, a survey suggests

Expectant women may be more anxious or depressed than their mothers were

pregnant woman

FEELING LOW  A cross-generational study in England found that pregnant women today have more symptoms of depression and anxiety than women in their mothers’ generation.   


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