|Women who exercise before and after pregnancy are less likely to develop depression, a new study has found.
Researchers at Penn State University in the USA surveyed 230 women through their pregnancy and after, asking questions about depression symptoms, exercise habits and feelings about weight and appearance, reports the Health Behaviour News Service.
It was found, as expected from previous results, that women who suffered symptoms of depression early in pregnancy also experienced problems later in and after their pregnancy.
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