New research shows there's no link between taking anti-depressants during pregnancy and infant death.
Maternal depression has been associated with increased pregnancy risks.
But Swedish researchers studied 30-thousand women who took anti-depressants during pregnancy and found there was no increased risk of having stillborn babies, or babies that later died.
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