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Postpartum Depression Most Common In Cities

Women living in Canadian urban centers were at higher risk for postpartum depression than other populations. Researchers discovered through postpartum depression statistics that Canadian women living in areas with populations higher than 500,000 people were more likely to suffer from depression after giving birth, a Canadian Medical Association┬ápress release┬áreported. Researchers studied data from 621 people […]

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Light Therapy and Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression affects between 6% and 12% of new mothers in the United States, and is one of the leading depression diagnoses among adult women. Because definitive causes for PPD are still being researched and therapies sought that are safe for nursing mothers, alternative methods for dealing with depression following childbirth have emerged. Light therapy […]

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