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Mothers’ Depression Can Go Well Beyond Child’s Infancy

Vast amounts of research on postpartum depression have focused on difficulties facing new mothers, and studies of adult depression have focused on individual struggles. Depression in mothers with children over the age of six months, however, is less discussed but exceedingly common. At least 12 percent of women in any given year–many of whom are mothers–and 20 percent of disadvantaged mothers have depressive symptoms. [More]





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