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Prof Alan Stein co-authors a new paper revealing the increase of depression and anxiety in today's generation of young pregnant women.

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'Young women are 51 per cent more likely than their mothers to experience depression and anxiety during pregnancy, a new study suggests.

A unique project following women during their pregnancy in the 1990s, and now their daughters as they become mothers, has unearthed the worrying increase in mental health problems between the generations.

Find out more (Department of Psychiatry website)