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'Baby brain' doesn't exist say scientists

The term "baby brain" is often used by new mums when they forget things or seem a little out of sync - but is it actually a condition, or simply a combination of sleep deprivation and changing hormones?

An article in the New Scientist says that there is very little evidence that baby brain exists and that women with young children may even function better than they did before.

Here is what some parents think.

  • 07 Jan 2016
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