Seafood may help prevent depression in pregnant women

07/31/2009 | Reuters

A British study compared pregnant women who ate three or more servings of omega-3-rich seafood each week to those who ate no seafood. Data showed women who didn't eat seafood were about 50% more likely to report depression at 32 weeks of pregnancy.

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