In a 2006 study cited in the Journal Pediatrics it was found that 10% of Dads had depressive symptoms. In comparison to parents who were not depressed, it was found that Dads and Moms who were depressed were less likely to do activities with their babies such as sing and read to them. It is a big adjustment to parent a newborn. Call Dr. Thomason today!
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