According to a study from Columbia University found that "...babies raised by working mothers don't necessarily suffer cognitive setbacks, an encouraging finding that follows a raft of previous reports suggesting that women with infants were wiser to stay home."
A study released in 2002 -- by the same research team that conducted this one -- showed that when mom works during her kids' first year of life, their cognitive development suffers.
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