Counseling, support help prevent postnatal depression

01/16/2009 | Yahoo!

Professional counseling can reduce postnatal depression rates in women by 40%, and support from other mothers can reduce a woman's risk of postnatal depression by half, study results show. Researchers say the barriers to care remain high, including a lack of awareness about the condition, a tendency to minimize symptoms or a fear or being labeled mentally ill.

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