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Weekly Roundup for NOVEMBER 16, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Why do we need to identify and treat women with depression who experience during pregnancy? We have long known that postpartum depression can negatively affect the development of children, the large study from Tuovinen and colleagues clearly shows that depression during pregnancy can have negative effects on the child’s development, predicting lower scores on measures… Read More »

Weekly Link Love — Edition 3

Research of the Week Researchers uncover strong links between disrupted circadian rhythm, bipolar disorder, and suicide. Early humans bred with other hominid groups to gain cold tolerance. Prenatal phthalate exposure linked to early childhood language delays. Hopefully this is also the last study of its kind. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 288: Ali Miller RD,… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for NOVEMBER 2, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Uguz and colleagues present data that indicate, in a group of women with panic disorder, neonatal outcomes were worse in the women who did not get treatment.  This week’s roundup also features a lot of articles on postpartum depression, addressing an array of factors which increase women’s vulnerability to postpartum psychiatric illness, including adverse life… Read More »