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New York Times: Abortion Is Found to Have Little Effect on Women’s Mental Health

New York Times: Abortion Is Found to Have Little Effect on Women’s Mental Health

The New York Times featured an article reviewing a recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry exploring whether or not women who receive or are denied an abortion experience negative mental health effects. Researchers interviewed nearly 1,000 women and assessed several aspects of their psychological wellbeing and life satisfaction every six months for five years following a received or denied abortion.

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The FDA’s Facts on Bipolar Disorder and Treatments

The FDA’s Facts on Bipolar Disorder and Treatments

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a resource page that provides an overview of bipolar I and bipolar II disorders. Symptoms, FDA-approved treatments, what to do if you suspect bipolar disorder to be the cause of your symptoms, what to do if you’re in crisis, and other considerations are all discussed on the FDA’s website.

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Depressed After Giving Birth? You Are Not Alone

Depressed After Giving Birth? You Are Not Alone

If you think you may be experiencing postpartum depression, you are not alone. View our Postpartum Self-Help Resources page for links to websites that have more information. Ultimately, it might be important for you to find a psychologist who can address your postpartum depression. Search our listing of National Register credentialed psychologists by using the search function at the top or side of your screen.

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