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Software prevents depression during and after pregnancy, study finds

Despite 6 to 8 percent of women in Spain suffering depression during and after pregnancy, there are few effective tools for early detection and treatment. Researchers in Spain are working on developing a psychological on-line assessment tool to detect and prevent emotional disturbances during pregnancy and after childbirth. It is a tool that through Internet will assess, diagnose and, in the future, intervene, in cases of prenatal and postnatal depression.
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