Many children in poverty live with depressed mothers

08/26/2010 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

More than half of babies living in poverty had mothers who were depressed, which typically leads to breast-feeding for a shorter period of time, study data showed. Researchers said one in nine babies in poverty had a mother who was severely depressed, which could cause problems with child development.

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