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Dagher: Prevention of postpartum depression could yield health care cost savings
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health R18 study is first to examine the relation between postpartum depression and health services expenditures
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Dagher and Hofferth: Unplanned pregnancy is associated with quicker return to work after childbirth
Longer, paid maternity leaves are needed to support maternal and child health
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Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic Disparities in Postpartum Depression among a National Sample of US Mothers of Infants
Rada Dagher investigates the prevalence of postpartum depression among mothers from different racial/ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds
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Rada Dagher Corrects Misinformation About Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Psychosis
Better diagnosis and care is needed for new moms
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Rada Dagher receives award for work on postpartum depression
American Public Health Association recognizes Dagher for contributions to the field of material and child health
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Dagher and Green: Substance abuse and depression in young adulthood may have long-term socioeconomic effects
Treatment for substance abuse and mental health problems should be integrated in order to achieve better outcomes
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Dagher and Chen examine association between the Great Recession and mental health
Population-level study finds lower depression, better mental health during the Great Recession
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