Group Therapy Helps Women Cope With Postnatal Depression

According to the World Health Organisation, over 300 million women suffer from postnatal depression across the world. Although it is treatable with anti-depressants, a study conducted in Zimbabwe found that group therapy was more effective than treatment using standard medication.



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