Depression Treatment During Pregnancy Improves Birth Outcomes – New Study

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On ‘Psychology Behind the Headlines,’ hosts Jessica Reyes and Patricia Wu discuss a new study shows that treating depression in pregnant women leads to healthier birth outcomes for their babies.

Depression and Pregnancy: It’s Overlooked

Many women experience depression during pregnancy, but their mental health is often neglected.

Treating depression in pregnant women can reduce the risk of premature birth and improve overall baby health.

Focus on Maternal Mental Health

We need to prioritize mental health support for pregnant women, recognizing how it benefits both mother and child.

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