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Mothers who lose their infants are at particular risk for prolonged grief disorder (PGD); here's what you can do if you're still grieving the loss of a child.For every parent, the loss of a child is a traumatic event. But for some people, the grief is especially severe and they experience what is known as Prolonged Grief Disorder (PGD). Recently, Dr. Rick Goldstein of Boston Children's Hospital led a study to better understand PGD, the symptoms and warning signs, and how healthcare providers

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