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Weekly Roundup for FEBRUARY 15, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Back in 2016, the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended that all adults, including pregnant and postpartum women, should be screened for depression; the task force has extended those recommendations by stating that all pregnant and postpartum women should be evaluated in order to determine risk for depressive illness and recommends that women at… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for NOVEMBER 30, 2018: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

What’s worse? Prenatal exposure to antidepressant medications or exposure to maternal depression?  Hutchison and colleagues observe that worse executive functioning was observed in the 6-year-old children of mothers with higher levels of depressive symptoms.  Prenatal exposure to SSRIs did not have any significant impact on executive functioning. Ruta Nonacs, MD PhD   A 6-year longitudinal… Read More »

Weekly Link Love — Edition 3

Research of the Week Researchers uncover strong links between disrupted circadian rhythm, bipolar disorder, and suicide. Early humans bred with other hominid groups to gain cold tolerance. Prenatal phthalate exposure linked to early childhood language delays. Hopefully this is also the last study of its kind. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 288: Ali Miller RD,… Read More »