Psychology & Psychiatry

Will a pill help new moms bounce back from postpartum depression?

Baby blues occurs in most new mothers, but 1 in 6 will go on to develop the more crushing symptoms of postpartum depression, which in severe and rare cases can lead to psychosis, and, in offspring, insecure attachment, difficulty ...


Ask the Pediatrician: Bonding with your baby

Bonding is the process of creating a loving, healthy attachment with your child. Many new parents feel a unique relationship beginning the moment they lay eyes on their baby. But even though you might assume bonding happens ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

US approves pill for postpartum depression

The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday approved for the first time a pill to treat postpartum depression, a condition believed to affect around half a million women in the country every year.


Pill for postpartum depression shows promising results

A team of medical scientists from Sage Therapeutics and Biogen, led by Dr. Kristina Deligiannidis, with the Institute of Behavioral Science at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research in New York, has found promising ...

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