Adults have an increased risk for bipolar disorders if their mothers had influenza while pregnant, according to recent study results published in JAMA Psychiatry.
“Although replication is required, the findings suggest that prevention of maternal influenza during pregnancy may reduce the risk of bipolar disorder,” researchers wrote.
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