reduce postpartum depression symptoms

From the Washington  Post , a study published January 2009 states, a randomly assigned group of  4,084 new mothers who have 2 months of one hour weekly visits at home from a health care worker trained in counseling and therapy or someone  who would provide traditional postnatal care .It was  found that 40 % were less likely to still be depressed at 6 months then were someone who had not had therapy  from their health care worker.  Visits started  at about 8 weeks after giving birth.

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