I am a journalism student and I am writing a feature article on challenges that new mothers face and the help that they receive from the health system. I have already spoken to a mother and the owner of company Night Nannies in Australia.
However I desperately need a health professional who knows a bit about postnatal depression to answer a few quick questions via email for some quotes. I have researched all about postnatal depression from websites but as it's an article I need some quotes about it too.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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27-05-2012 12:18 #1Junior Member
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HELP! In need of a postnatal depression/health expert
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