Antidepressants aren't just for depression anymore, study finds
from Los Angeles Times
Antidepressants didn't get to be the third-most commonly prescribed medication in the United States for nothing. In fact, says a new study, the medications taken by more than 10 percent of American adults may be so ubiquitous because they are used to do so much. Depression medication, a new study suggests, has become a "do something" drug for primary care physicians to offer when a patient's complaints may only be vaguely related to depression.
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