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Weekly Roundup for MAY 17, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

There have been many articles in the media covering the article at the top of the list.  In this study, researchers from Quebec observe an increased risk of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) in women using benzodiazepines during pregnancy.  We will be writing more about this study later in the week. Several articles look at the impact… Read More »

Is it better to be 'fat but fit' or 'slim but sedentary'? – Not all scientists agree on recent research

Since the 80s, scientists have clashed over the ‘obesity paradox’ but measuring obesity by BMI alone may not be accurate Is it better to be ‘fat but fit’ or ‘slim but sedentary’? – Not all scientists agree on recent research Independent.ie Can you really be ‘fat, but fit’? Known as the ‘obesity paradox’, it’s a… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for FEBRUARY 1, 2019: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Over the last few years, there has been an increasing number of articles focusing on perinatal anxiety.  Recent studies indicate that anxiety during pregnancy and the postpartum period is common and may occur independently of perinatal depression, although anxiety and depressive symptoms frequently appear together during the perinatal period.  This week we have several large… Read More »