Antidepressants not as harmful during pregnancy as previously thought, new research suggests - The Denver Post

The Denver PostAntidepressants not as harmful during pregnancy as previously thought, new research suggestsThe Denver PostWomen who take antidepressants early in pregnancy are not at a higher risk of having children who develop autism or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), contrary to earlier reports, a study published Tuesday found. The new study, published ...Study: Antidepressants During Pregnancy May Not Increase RisksWBAAStudy eases concerns about antidepressants, pregnancy and autism riskCBS NewsHealth Buzz: Antidepressants Don't Increase Autism Risk, Studies SayU.S. News & World ReportFuturity: Research News -TIME -Science Newsall 54 news articles »