Babies Born To Women With Anxiety Or Depression Are More Likely To Sleep Poorly

Sunday, April 5, 2009 - 18:21 in Health & Medicine

A new study suggests that babies are more likely to have night wakings at both six months and 12 months of age if they are born to women who suffered from anxiety or depression prior to the pregnancy.

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