Depression linked to preterm births

    A new study found a link between depression in pregnant women and preterm births.

    A new study found a link between depression in pregnant women and preterm births. Researchers at the University of Pittsburg School of medicine say that women who had depression during pregnancy had higher rates of giving birth prematurely than their peers who didn’t suffer from depression. WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott discussed the findings with therapist Dan Gottlieb.

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