Women with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) were more likely to access mental health services within 1 year postpartum compared with women who are HIV-negative.
Anna Bella Zawahir is a freelance writer and editor in Brooklyn, New York. She has written for Medscape and Columbia University Medical Center, developing content on sleep, behavioral and cardiovascular health, and new methods for evaluating medical students. She has also created disease awareness materials for patients recovering from opioid use disorder. Most recently, Anna worked with the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, translating research results for patients and clinicians. Anna is a regular contributor to Psychiatry Advisor.
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Individuals with major depressive disorder who experienced childhood trauma were more likely to test positive for cytomegalovirus.