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Associations of Maternal Antidepressant Use During the First Trimester of Pregnancy With Preterm Birth, Small for Gestational Age, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Offspring

Hernández-Díaz, Sonia, Quinn, Patrick D., Rickert, Martin E., Larsson, Henrik, Lichtenstein, Paul, D'Onofrio, Brian M., Sujan, Ayesha C., Almqvist, Catarina, Öberg, A. Sara
(Abstracted from JAMA 2017;317(15):1553–1562) While antidepressant use during pregnancy has been associated with adverse birth and neurodevelopmental outcomes, these associations may be attributed to confounding factors, such as genetic influences, maternal stress, or poor health practices during pregnancy. This study used 4 observational designs to investigate these associations, including sibling and paternal information.
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