Washington: Children of women who did not finish high school were twice as likely to experience a major episode of depression in early adulthood as children whose mothers obtained a high school diploma, a new study by researchers at McGill University has revealed."Our research indicates that a mother`s lack of high school education has a robust impact on her child`s risk of major depressive episode in early adulthood," said Amelie Quesnel-Vallee, senior author of the study.
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