Study finds link between dad's depression, baby's colic

06/30/2009 | (Canada)

A study in Pediatrics found a 1.29 times increased risk of colic among infants whose fathers were depressed during the pregnancy. The Dutch researchers said more study is needed to replicate and confirm the findings, but emphasized that paternal factors are important to early infant behavior.

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