Enhancing our understanding of perinatal depression

@article{Finley2015EnhancingOU,
  title={Enhancing our understanding of perinatal depression},
  author={Patrick R. Finley and Louann Brizendine},
  journal={CNS Spectrums},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={9 - 10}
}
Depression is widely recognized as one of the most common complications of pregnancy, and it is also believed to be one of themostinfluentialriskfactorsfor triggeringpostpartum depression. 1 The profound ramifications of untreated depression have been demonstrated, not only among new mothers and their offspring, but within the entire family. 
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