Mothers May Pass Depression To Newborns

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Mothers May Pass Depression To Newborns

According to a new study by British researchers, babies born to women who are depressed during their pregnancy are 1.3 times more likely than their peers to suffer depression when they become adults. What do you think?

  • “At least now depressed mothers know for sure that everything is their fault.”

    Michael Kozak
    Gift Wrapper
  • “What the hell are they depressed about? They’re having a baby!”

    Joel Aguilar
    Livestock Yard Attendant
  • “I still love you, Mom.”

    Delia Canovas
    Standpipe Tender