Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 10th, 2004
In a first-of-its-kind study, a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher is exploring novel ways to tackle the problem of depression among pregnant women.
Rachel Manber, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry and behavior sciences, is seeking volunteers for a study evaluating the efficacy of acupuncture and massage for treating depression during pregnancy.
According to Manber, depression affects between 3% and 11% of pregnant women. Three recent studies documented that the prevalence of depression during pregnancy is...
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