Depression in pregnant women is associated with low folate levels, but not with vitamin B12

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Depression in pregnant women is associated with low folate levels, but not with vitamin B12
Depression in pregnant women is associated with low folate levels, but not with vitamin B12
A study of women in Singapore has revealed a possible link between depression in mid-to-late pregnancy and levels of folate, also known as folic acid or vitamin B9. "Depression affects as many as 12 per cent of women during pregnancy and 7 per cent just after birth," explains study leader Mary Chong of the A*STAR Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences.
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