Postpartum depression is common in low-income urban areas

02/23/2010 | United Press International

Researchers said pediatricians and physicians who treat new mothers in low-income urban areas should watch for cases of postpartum depression. A study in Pediatrics found 56% of low-income urban moms met diagnostic criteria for a depressive disorder between two weeks and 14 months after giving birth.

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