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"Baby Brain" Is a Totally Real Phenomenon, According to Science

A new study has verified something women have suspected for a long time - that pregnancy can really mess with a young mum's cognitive function.

According to a new meta-analysis conducted by researchers at Deakin University, forgetfulness and other cognitive deficiencies during pregnancy are actually measurable - but the impact is likely only noticed by the pregnant woman herself and those closest to her.

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