“A new study of young children living in extreme poverty found that those whose mothers showed symptoms of depression had low levels of cortisol, a hormone activated during times of stress, compared with children whose mothers did not exhibit depressive symptoms.”
That’s the first sentence of this article, from the U.C. Berkeley News. A second account of the study is here. Via Sharon Sandeen.
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