A new webinar from the Ontario Women’s Health Network (OWHN) explores available evidence to answer the question: do pregnant women benefit from taking antidepressants? Although not approved for use during pregnancy by Health Canada or the United States Food and Drug Administration, antidepressants are increasingly being used to treat depression in pregnancy. Recent research has focused on increased risk to infants, leading to conflicting advice on the use of some types of antidepressants. While some studies suggest avoiding the use of antidepressants throughout pregnancy, others recommend use of medications to avoid harm to mother and infant due to untreated depression. See the webinar “Antidepressants in Pregnancy: Is There Evidence of Benefit?” October 29, 2009, available at www.cwhn.ca.