Depression in black teen moms tied to repeat pregnancy

03/4/2008 | Reuters

A new study found black teens who suffer depression after pregnancy are more likely to become pregnant again soon. Depression may lead to fatigue and feelings of helplessness, which can result in lower rates of birth control use, researchers said.

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