Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and risk of antenatal depression: application of latent variable modeling

@article{Mbah2013ExposureTE,
  title={Exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and risk of antenatal depression: application of latent variable modeling},
  author={Alfred K. Mbah and Hamisu M. Salihu and Getachew A Dagne and Rone{\'e} E. Wilson and Karen L Bruder},
  journal={Archives of Women's Mental Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={293-302}
}
This study sought to determine the impact of passive smoking on the risk for depressive symptoms during pregnancy. In this prospective study, 236 pregnant women were recruited at less than 20 weeks of gestation from a university-affiliated obstetric clinic from November 2009 through July 2011. Tobacco use/exposure was measured using questionnaire and confirmed by salivary cotinine analysis. The Edinburgh Perinatal Depression Scale (EPDS) was employed to capture perinatal depressive… CONTINUE READING

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