Clinical Depression

ISSN: 2572-0791

Open Access

Khaobing Peng

Department of Biotechnology and Life Sciences, University of Insubria, Houston, USA

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    Women from Lebanon′s Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Scales: Psychometric Properties
    Author(s): Khaobing Peng*

    Postpartum depression is a postpartum symptom in black women. Despite the significant proportion of Black women who have symptoms, postpartum depression is rarely accurately diagnosed and few obtain mental health care. Although the causes of this difference are unknown, they are probably complex. Black women are more vulnerable to sexism, racism, and classism due to the confluence of their gender, race, racial identity, and class, which puts them under more mental and physical strain and may raise their likelihood of developing certain diseases. The severity of May also affect a woman's capacity to care for herself and her unborn child and return to her regular activities before giving birth. Previous research has looked at the connection between Black racial identification and or maternal. Previous research has looked at the connection between Black racial ide.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2572-0791.2023.9.40

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