Friday, 6 September 2019

Stress in pregnancy 'makes child personality disorder more likely'

Stress in pregnancy 'makes child personality disorder more likely' The children of women who experience severe stress when pregnant are nearly 10 times more likely to develop a personality disorder by the age of 30, a study suggests.

Even moderate prolonged stress may have an impact on child development and continue after a baby's birth, it said.

More than 3,600 pregnant women in Finland were asked about their stress levels, and their children followed up. BBC News

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