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The Pregnant Brain: How Mothers Think Differently

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With 80 percent of women experiencing some form of impaired cognitive function during pregnancy, it's no surprise the idea of "pregnancy brain" has taken hold. But a recent paper suggests that the memory loss, stress, and general fuzzy-headedness of the prenatal period may actually have a crucial role in getting women ready to be mothers.

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