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Omega 3 may be the key to unlock postnatal depression

Australian researchers are investigating the potency of Omega 3 as a potential medication for post natal depression. They believe that babies tend to use up the motherís Omega 3 levels and this leads to depression. They will test Omega 3 levels in blood of pregnant women and new mothers and also breast milk.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by National Nine News

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About: Omega 3 may be the key to unlock postnatal depression

Date: 15 June 2004

Source: National Nine News

Author: Sheryl Taylor


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