Study: Women May Not Develop Signs Of Postpartum Depression Until Months After Initial Screening

The Wall Street Journal (6/23, Subscription Publication) reports that a study published in the Annals of Family Medicine suggests that women may not develop signs of postpartum depression until months after an initial screening. Data from 1,432 women in 16 US states also found that women that appeared to have the lowest likelihood of developing depression were at highest risk.

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— “Signs of Postpartum Depression May Appear Months After Initial Screening,” Wall Street Journal, June 22, 2015.

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