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Post-natal depression came crashing into my life - The Irish Times

Postpartum Depression - Sun, 2019-09-22 23:01
Post-natal depression came crashing into my life  The Irish Times

Enormity of life and death bends my brain and: 'how can anyone stay sane amid all this'

Moms Need Wide-Ranging Mental Health Care - Ms. Magazine

Postpartum Depression - Fri, 2019-09-20 07:08
Moms Need Wide-Ranging Mental Health Care  Ms. Magazine

I've had a unique glimpse into the psychological challenges faced by women who parent alone as the founder of Empowering Solo Moms Everywhere (ESME).

How Diversity Mandates Block Female Medical Research - September 19, 2019 - OZY

Postpartum Depression - Thu, 2019-09-19 03:48
How Diversity Mandates Block Female Medical Research - September 19, 2019  OZY

Hoping to level out a historical bias toward using male test subjects — which led to gaps in research into women's health — North American scientific...

4 Ways to Improve Mental Health Through Digital Health - - HIT Consultant

Postpartum Depression - Wed, 2019-09-18 23:29
4 Ways to Improve Mental Health Through Digital Health -  HIT Consultant

Jill Seidman, VP OF Medicaid Transformation Project at AVIA shares four ways that digital health can help improve mental health.

For new moms, mood disorders are more common than you think – but here's how we can help - Model D

Postpartum Depression - Mon, 2019-09-16 22:04
For new moms, mood disorders are more common than you think – but here's how we can help  Model D

20% to 25% of women are at risk for first-time onset of mental illness after they give birth. But proactive interventions, support systems for moms who suffer, and ...

Rates of maternal mistreatment in the US are high across the board — especially for women of color - The Boston Globe

Postpartum Depression - Fri, 2019-09-13 16:16
Rates of maternal mistreatment in the US are high across the board — especially for women of color  The Boston Globe

Pregnant women of color are more likely to be harassed, yelled at, or otherwise mistreated by medical professionals, according to a new study.

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