The results were tested by examining 363 mothers, and 363 children: the majority of which were males.
The study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, included more than 5,000 US-based female participants.
The study, publicized in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS Medicine, involved the combing of data from the Canadian province of Ontario between 2007 up until 2015.
The study probed over 14,000 pregnant women, a small portion of which consumed alcohol between 18 and 32 weeks of their pregnancy. Researchers collected the data from the Avon Longitudinal Study of
According to researchers at Aarhus University in Denmark, up to 40% of cases involving postpartum psychosis do not lead to long-term illness.
A new study suggests exposure to antidepressants during pregnancy and the first weeks of life could lead to altered sensory processing later in adulthood.