Depression risk is highest for parents in the first year

09/7/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A British study revealed that the rate of depression was highest for both parents during their baby's first 12 months of life, with almost 14 cases per 100 person-years among mothers and about 3.56 cases for fathers. Researchers also found that 39% of mothers and 21% of fathers had experienced at least one episode of depression by the time their child reached 12.

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