In a new blog for the Huffington Post, Dr. Stuebe addresses problems with the study.

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Dr. Alison Stuebe is an associate professor of Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Distinguished Scholar of Infant and Young Child Feeding at the Gillings School of Global Public Health.

In this blog for the Huffington Post, Dr. Stuebe writes:

“Depression and anxiety make pregnancy and parenthood more complex, whether or not mothers are taking an antidepressant. We need to ensure that every woman has access to skilled clinicians who understand the real risks and benefits of medication, therapy, and other treatment strategies, so that we can improve health and wellbeing for two generations.”

Read the entire post here.