Bye-bye, baby brain

Andre, Laura
May 2010
Mothering;May/Jun2010, Issue 160, p38
The article discusses a study conducted by researchers at Australian National University which found that there is no significant differences were found between women who were pregnant to suffer more memory lapses and absentmindedness during pregnancy than those who were not pregnant.


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