Katherine Stone, founder of Postpartum Progress, pictured here with her son, says people don't understand how dangerous untreated depression can be for pregnant women and their unborn children. Photo courtesy of Katherine Stone Like most new p...
A new study suggests that exposure to anti-depressants in utero could adversely affect an infant's developmental milestones. But a leading Canadian expert warns that any potential risk of taking antidepressants during pregnancy needs to be balanced b...
Good news for woman on anti-depressants and thinking about getting pregnant: new research studies were unable to connect drugs commonly prescribed for depression and anxiety (including Prozac, Paxil, and Zoloft) to birth defects. The studies looked a...
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