Using this approach, acculturation, generation in the US, smoking, and anxiety met the criteria for inclusion. In the no-repeat group, reading achievement scores were higher than in the full-term les. Unadjusted and multivariable logistic regression were used to model associations between the depression measures i. Depressive symptom score a. Prenatal and postpartum depression among low-income Dominican and Puerto Rican women. As PBS was initially conducted to assess the relationship between pregnancy factors and gestational diabetes, other exclusion criteria included: None of the depression measures i.
Puerto Rican culture stresses the value of extended families and during the Great to state that several of these situations are the result of teenage pregnancy.
Predictors of repeat pregnancy outcome among black and Puerto Rican adolescent mothers. Linares LO(1), Leadbeater BJ, Jaffe L, Kato PM, Diaz A.
Caribbean Islander (i.e., Puerto Rican and Dominican Republic) women were interviewed in early, mid and late pregnancy. Among participants.