Pregnant women who take antidepressants 'far more likely to have kids with speech and learning disorders'



Pregnant women who take anti-depressants are far more likely to have children who struggle to communicate or understand basic ideas, a new study claims.
More and more mothers-to-be are taking mood-balancing pills during their pregnancy. 
But a first-of-its-kind study has revealed the chemicals in these pills infect the placenta and enter the fetus's circulation. 
This process, researchers found, almost doubled their risk of having children who have trouble understanding language or expressing thoughts and feelings. 
The study's authors at Columbia University warn this could have a... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Health, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail
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