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  • Two in five new parents face mental health issues
  • Two in five new parents face mental health issues
    Darren Johnson (2015) ©
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Two in five new parents face mental health issues

Everyone knows that preparing to welcome a new baby into the world can be a hectic and stressful experience. But research has found it to be more serious than that; pregnancy can be a time when new mothers and fathers are particularly vulnerable to mental health issues. 

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