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U.S. new mothers that had postpartum depression in 2012, by state

Percentage of U.S. new mothers with postpartum depression symptoms in 2012, by state

by John Elflein, last edited Sep 28, 2017
U.S. new mothers that had postpartum depression in 2012, by state This statistic displays the percentage of new mothers in the U.S. that experienced postpartum depression in select states in the year 2012. According to the data, in 2012, 20.1 percent of new mothers in Arkansas experienced postpartum depression.
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Percentage of U.S. new mothers with postpartum depression symptoms in 2012, by state

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