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Babies born to the 369 women who used SSRIs during pregnancy had significantly lower Apgar scores and were more likely to be admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit. These babies also had significantly longer umbilical cords

In babies exposed to SSRIs, umbilical cords were longer, Apgar scores lower and infants were more likely to be admitted to neonatal intensive care, study finds

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