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Sue WenzeNPR recently reported on the research of Sue Wenze, assistant professor of psychology, who is working to better understand the mental-health needs of new mothers of twins and multiples and what tools could help them during the challenging postpartum months.

In May, Wenze published a survey in Journal of Psychiatric Practice, which reported that 48 percent of study participants had struggled emotionally after the birth of their babies. However, fewer than 10 percent of those parents received professional help.

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