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[英伦广角] 【整理】2013-07-06 新的基因检测技术能预测产后抑郁,只需十英镑

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[英伦广角] 【整理】2013-07-06 新的基因检测技术能预测产后抑郁,只需十英镑

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Postnatal Depression: Blood Test Breakthrough


A screening test costing as little as £10 could allow potential sufferers to receive treatment before they give birth.

 

 

大约有七分之一的新生儿母亲患有抑郁,这严重的影响了她们和她们的孩子。在极端病例里妈妈甚至会杀死她们自己的孩子。英国科学家最近发明了一个十英镑的检查,这能预测产后抑郁,这允许女性早期针对性治疗防止产后抑郁发生。这将给孕期妇女的卫生保健带来革命性的改变。这个世界首创的检查将在五年内普及到全世界。在怀孕早期,只需要抽几滴血就能检测出她们的基因是否有患产后抑郁风险的缺陷。



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They are close now, but it's taken the best part of three years for Rachael Dobson to recover from postnatal depression that was so severe it might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born. The smiles were for the camera, inside she felt useless as a mom, and as the sense of hopeless grew, she considered suicide, or even harming her son.

-I remembered him crying, ups and lows. I think I tried every tip books, you can possibly think of, feeding, winding, changing his nappy, and I just, 'cause he just wouldn't be quiet, I just started to get feelings that what if I smother him. At least he would be quiet then and I am able to sort myself out. But then so for a split second, you may get scared of yourself, because how can you think of that about a vulnerable baby?

The answers could lie in the genes. In a world first research of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between 3 and 5 times more likely. The scientists have developed a simple blood test that can be done in the early pregnancy that identifies women at risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born.

-It is extremely important, because with clearly these evidences that if you can identify women at risk early, you could be able to treat early or take measures early in order to prevent or stop the process or the disease.

One in seven women suffers the postnatal depression to some degree. The research of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust suggest that the genetic changes lead to hormonal disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress and anxiety, and finally depression.

Researchers are now hoping to refine the tests still further. Ultimately, they hope to use robots like this to screen all pregnant women for as little as 10 pounds a time, and the test could be ready within five years.

Rachael says the test could help prevent other mums suffering as she did. Support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now, feeling stronger, she runs the Panda's Charity to help other affected women and she's thinking about having another baby.

-Before I was pretty adamant, I can get through it again, but I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I did have another child, I could speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.

The odd day can still be a struggle for Rachael, but her bond with Andreas couldn't be stronger.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.

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They are close now. but it has taken the best part of three years for Rachael to recover from postnatal depression. That was so severe. It might be ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Anders when he was born. The smile was for the camera; inside she felt useless among and that the sense of hopeless grew, she considered suicide or even harming her son.  
At moment he was crying, I think I tried every tick box. But you can possibly think about feeding, winding, changing its nappy. I just, because he wouldn’t be quiet. I just end to get thirst if wet for smathedon, at least he would be quiet. And I’ll be up sold myself out.
The answers could lie in the genes. In the world first researches of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between three and five times more likely. The scientist developed the simple blood test that can be done in early pregnancy. That identifies women’s risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born. It’s similar for us because we’re clear this evidence that if you again identify women on this early, you could be able to do early or to do its misers early in order to prevent or stop the process of the diseases. One in seven women suffers postnatal depression to some degree. The research university  hospital Coventry suggests that genetic changes little hormones disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress and anxiety and finally depression. Research is now hoping to refine the test  still further. Ultimately the hope to use robots like this to squeeze all pregnant women for little as 10 pounds a time, and the test would be ready within five years. Rachael said this test could help other mom suffered like she did support her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood now feeling stronger, she run the Panda charity to help other affected women and thinking about having another baby.
The thought is pretty ultimate I can get through again. But I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I do have this child I can speak to people about. And I think that make things a lot better.
The old days can also be a struggle for Rachael. But her son Andres couldn’t be stronger.
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they are close now, but it take best of their years for dopson to recover from postnatal depression, the words so sever, it might ends with tragedy. she feel herself a useless mumwhen andre was born, as the hopeless grew , she considered commit suicide, or even harm her sun. when he is crying, i just tries every tipo. because he would stop crying, youcan possiblely feeding, winding, changing his nappy, i just thinking what the other mother would do. at least he should be quiet then, i would be soul myself out, you would be scare of yourself, because how can you think about that, harming your own baby.
the answer may lie in the genes. the world first research to identify the postnatal depression by just test your blood three to five times more likely.the scientist of develop a test that can be done in women's early pregnancy. so we can find women in stress early. they can give psychologic support before the baby are born. if you can find the disease early ar least, you can treat them early, you can do the measure to stop and prevent this process early.
research show one in seven women suffers the postnatal depression to some degree, the research university, coven tree warrant , suggests  the genetic change the , leads vulunrable women into anxiety, stress and depression. researches now want to refine the test furthermore, use these robots to screen all pregnant women with as little as ten pounds. the test will be ready within five years.
rachel says the test could prevent other mother from suffering what she did. support from her family and health visitor lifted her mood. feeling strong, she is now running a panda charity to help other affected women, and she is thinking about having another baby.
so i know now where i can get the support from, if i happened to have a child again. i can speak to people about that. and i think that means beter.
i got you. the odd day might still be struggle for rachel, but her bound with andre, counld be stronger.
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They are close now, but it taken best part of 3 years for Rachel Dorpsen to recover from postnatal depression. That was so severe, it might have been in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Undress, when he was born.The smiles were for the camera, inside she felt useless of a mom and a sense of hopelessness grew. She consider to suicide or even harming her son.Ive came become crying , out of ...think tried of every tips of smooth, but you can possibly think of feeding, weeding, changing of his nephie. I just, cause you want to be acquire. I just then start  to get those who are faulse to be motherdom. I just want to be acquire then. And I'll be absolutely myself for. For then I split a sec-cadge?, when I schedule myself, How can you think about that for baby?
F could analysis the genes, in the world first researchers have  identified key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between 3-5 times more likely. The scientist have developed a simple blood test that can be done in the early pregnancy that identifies women at risk so that they can be given early  psychology support before  that baby is even born.
It is meaningful, because we clearly have evidence that if you can identify women at this area, you could be able to titre or to measure in order to prevent or stop the process of the disease.
1 in 7 women suffers postnatal depression to some degree. The  researchers at university hospitals of Carventree and W suggest the genetic changes and hormone destruction that lead women vulnerable to  stress, anxiousity, and finally depression.
Researchers are now helping to refind a test still further.Optimally, they have to use red box like this to screen all pregnant women, for it cost ten ponds of time  and a test could be ready within 5 years.
Rachel  says the test could help to prevent other moms suffering as sheeted, support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now feeling stronger, she runs the pandas' charity to help other affected women and thinking about helping another baby.
The thoughts pre-otimenium me  in I can get through again. But, I know now where I can get that poor from. So now if  I can have another child, I can speak to people about that. And I think that makes a Robert.
The old day can still  be a struggle for Rachel. But her bone with Undress couldn't be stronger





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They are close now. But it's taken the best part of three years for Rachael Dobson to recover from postnate suppression, that was so severe it might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born. The smiles were for the camera, inside she felt useless as a mom and as the senses of hopeless grew, she considered suicide or even harming her son.  

At moment he am crying, ups and lows, I would think I'll try every tick box. But you can possibly think about feeding, winding, changing his nappy. I just, because he wouldn’t be quiet, I just then sort of get thought of who I sort of smother him. At least he would be quiet. And I’ll be up sold myself out. …  

The answers could lie in the genes in a world's first researches of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between three and five times more likely. The scientists have developed a simple blood test that can be done in early pregnancy that identifies women at risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born.

It is very easy for them because we’re clear of the evidence that if you can identify women on this early, you could be able to do early or to do this measures early in order to prevent or stop the process of the disease.

One in seven women suffers postnatal depression to some degree. The Research University  Hospital's Coventry and Warakshire any Chest Trustt suggest that genetic changes lit the hormonal disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress, anxiety and finally depression.

Research is now hoping to refine the test  still further. Ultimately the hope to use robots like this to screen all pregnant women for as little as 10 pounds a time, and the test would be ready within five years.

Rachael said this test could help to prevent other moms suffering as she did. Support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now feeling stronger, she runs the Pandas Charity to help other affected women and is thinking about having another baby.

The thought is pretty ultimate I can get through again. But I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I do have another child I can speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.

The odd day can still be a struggle for Rachael, but her bond for Andreas couldn’t be stronger.
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They are close now, but it’s taken the best part of three years for Rachael Dobson to recover from postnatal depression that was so severe. It might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born. The smiles were for the camera. Inside she felt useless as a mum and as the sense of hopeless grew, she considered a suicide or even harming her son.

“I remember him crying loads and I think I'd tried every tip in the books you could possibly think of -- feeding, winding, changing his nappy, and I just, because he would not be quiet. I just start to get thoughts 'what if I smothered him?'. At least he would then be quiet and I’ll be able to sort myself out. But then within a split second you are almost scared of yourself because how could you think that about a vulnerable baby.”
The answers could lie in the genes. In a world first researches of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between three and five times more likely, the scientists have developed the simple blood test that can be done in early pregnancy that identifies women at risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born.

“It is extremely important because with clearly evidence that if you can identify women at risk early, you could be able to treat early or to do these measures early in order to prevent or stop the process of the disease.”

One in seven women suffers postnatal depression to some degree. The research University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust suggest the genetic changes lead to hormonal disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress and anxiety, and finally depression.

“Research is now hoping to refine the test still further. Ultimately the hope to use robots like this to screen all pregnant women for as little as ten pounds a time and that test could be ready within five years.”

Rachael says the test could help to prevent other mums suffering as she did. Support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now feeling stronger, she runs the Pandas Charity to help other affected women and is thinking about having another baby.

“I was pretty adamant that I couldn't go through it again, but I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I do have another child I can speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.”

The odd day can still be a struggle for Rachael, but her bond for Andreas couldn’t be stronger.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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[Homework]2013-07-06 新的基因检测技术能预测产后抑郁,只需十英镑

They are close now, but it's taken the best part of three years for Rachael Dobson to recover from postnatal depression that was so severe it might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born. The smiles were for the camera, inside she felt useless as a mom, and as the sense of hopeless grew, she considered suicide, or even harming her son.

-I remembered him crying, ups and lows. I think I tried every tip books, but, you can possibly think of, feeding, winding, changing his nappy, and I just, 'cause he just wouldn't be quiet, I just started to get full of thoughts, what if I smother him. At least he would be quiet then and I am able to sort myself out. But then so for a split second, you may get scared of yourself, because how can you think of that about a vulnerable baby?


The answers could lie in the genes. In a world first research of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between 3 and 5 times more likely. The scientists have developed a simple blood test that can be done in the early pregnancy that identifies women at risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born.


-It is extremely important, because with clearly these evidences that if you can identify women at risk early, you could be able to treat early or take measures early in order to prevent or stop the process or the disease.


One in seven women suffers the postnatal depression to some degree. The research of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire ** Chest Trust suggest that the genetic changes lead to hormonal disruption believes women vulnerable to stress and anxiety, and finally depression.


Researchers are now hoping to refine the tests still further. Ultimately, they hope to use robots like this to screen all pregnant women for as little as 10 pounds a time, and the test could be ready within five years.


Rachael says the test could help prevent other mums suffering as she did. Support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now, feeling stronger, she runs the Panda's Charity to help other affected women and she's thinking about having another baby.


-Before I was pretty adamant, I can get through it again, but I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I did have another child, I could speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.


The odd day can still be a struggle for Rachael, but her bond with Andreas couldn't be stronger.
Thomas More, Sky News.

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They are close now. but it has taken the best part of three years for Rachael to recover from postnatal depression. That was so severe. It might be ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Anders when he was born. The smile was for the camera; inside she felt useless among and that the sense of hopeless grew, she considered suicide or even harming her son.  
At moment he was crying, I think I tried every tick box. But you can possibly think about feeding, winding, changing its nappy. I just, because he wouldn’t be quiet. I just end to get thirst if wet for smathedon, at least he would be quiet. And I’ll be up sold myself out.
The answers could lie in the genes. In the world first researches of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between three and five times more likely. The scientist developed the simple blood test that can be done in early pregnancy. That identifies women’s risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born. It’s similar for us because we’re clear this evidence that if you again identify women on this early, you could be able to do early or to do its misers early in order to prevent or stop the process of the diseases. One in seven women suffers postnatal depression to some degree. The research university  hospital Coventry suggests that genetic changes little hormones disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress and anxiety and finally depression. Research is now hoping to refine the test  still further. Ultimately the hope to use robots like this to squeeze all pregnant women for little as 10 pounds a time, and the test would be ready within five years. Rachael said this test could help other mom suffered like she did support her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood now feeling stronger, she run the Panda charity to help other affected women and thinking about having another baby.
The thought is pretty ultimate I can get through again. But I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I do have this child I can speak to people about. And I think that make things a lot better.
The old days can also be a struggle for Rachael. But her son Andres couldn’t be stronger.
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They are close now, but it's taken the best part of three years for Rachael Dobson to recover from postnatal depression that was so severe it might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born. The smiles were for the camera, inside she felt useless as a mom, and as the sense of hopeless grew, she considered suicide, or even harming her son.

-I remembered him crying, ups and lows. I think I tried every tip books, you can possibly think of, feeding, winding, changing his nappy, and I just, 'cause he just wouldn't be quiet, I just started to get feelings that what if I smother him. At least he would be quiet then and I am able to sort myself out. But then so for a split second, you may get scared of yourself, because how can you think of that about a vulnerable baby?

The answers could lie in the genes. In a world first research of identifying key genetic changes that make postnatal depression between 3 and 5 times more likely. The scientists have developed a simple blood test that can be done in the early pregnancy that identifies women at risk, so they can be given psychological support before their baby is even born.

-It is extremely important, because with clearly these evidences that if you can identify women at risk early, you could be able to treat early or take measures early in order to prevent or stop the process or the disease.

One in seven women suffers the postnatal depression to some degree. The research of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust suggest that the genetic changes lead to hormonal disruption that leaves women vulnerable to stress and anxiety, and finally depression.

Researchers are now hoping to refine the tests still further. Ultimately, they hope to use robots like this to screen all pregnant women for as little as 10 pounds a time, and the test could be ready within five years.

Rachael says the test could help prevent other mums suffering as she did. Support from her family and health visitor eventually lifted her mood. Now, feeling stronger, she runs the Panda's Charity to help other affected women and she's thinking about having another baby.

-Before I was pretty adamant, I can get through it again, but I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I did have another child, I could speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.

The odd day can still be a struggle for Rachael, but her bond with Andreas couldn't be stronger.

Thomas Moore, Sky News.
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[Homework]【整理】2013-07-06 新的基因检测技术能预测产后抑郁,只需十英镑

It closed now. But it has taken the best part of 3 years to recover from postnatal depression, the one so severe that might have ended in tragedy. She wanted little to do with Andreas when he was born.  The smiles are for cameras, but inside she felt so useless as a mom. And as the sense of hopelessness grew, she considered suicide and even harming her son.

-I remembered him crying, ups and lows. I think I tried every tip books, you can possibly think of, feeding, winding, changing his nappy, and I just, 'cause he just wouldn't be quiet, I just started to get feelings that what if I smother him. At least he would be quiet then and I am able to sort myself out. But then so for a split second, you may get scared of yourself, because how can you think of that about a vulnerable baby?


crying, I couldn't possibly feeding, winding, changing his dipers. Cause he couldn't be quiet for a moment. If he could be quiet for a moment, then I would be able to sort myself out.


The answer could lie in the genes. In other words, researchers have identified key genetic changes that make ppd between 3 to 5 times more likely. Scientists have developed a simple blood test that can be done in early preganency to identifies women at risk so that they can be given psychological support even before their children are born.


It is extremely important. If you can identify women this early, then you can treat early, measure early in order to prevent and stop the process of the disease. One in seven women suffer from ppd in some degree. The researchers in ... university suggest that the key genetic changes lead to hormonal disruption that make women vulnerable to stress, anxiety and finally depression.


Researchers are hoping to refine this test still further. Ultimately they use robots like this to screen all preganent women at least do tons of tests. And the test could be ready within 5 years. Rachel thinks the test could help help prevent other mums suffering as she did. The support from her families and medical visitors eventually lifted up her mood. Now feeling stronger, she runs the panda charity to help other affected women and is thinking about having another baby.


-Before I was pretty adamant, I can get through it again, but I know now where I can get that support from, so I know if I did have another child, I could speak to people about it. And I think that makes a lot better.



The old days  could still be a struggle for Rachel. but her bond with Andreas couldn't be stronger.



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I think I tried every tip box.

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