The BabyMind website (baby-mind.org) is provided by the University of York Baby + Me study. The website supports the BabyMind App that will be used by around 200 young mums in the Yorkshire area to see if using the App helps them and their babies.
The BabyMind App is not publicly available, but this website can be viewed by the public for information.
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