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Questions Surrounding Capitol Hill Shooting Include Postpartum Depression
October 4, 2013

Up to 85 percent of women who give birth may feel some depressive symptoms shortly after. These "baby blues" include crying, mood swings, sadness, anxiety, trouble sleeping and feelings of being overwhelmed. Those symptoms typically go away in a week or two without treatment, Dr. Kristen Leight Wesley, a professor of clinical psychiatry in The Women's Program at Columbia Psychiatry, explained to CBSNews.com.

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