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Study indicates decline in rate of depression after antidepressant warnings

A recent study reports that a persistent decline in the rate of Americans newly diagnosed with depression followed the first FDA warning on potential pharmaceutical side effects connected with antidepressant medications. The FDA first warned in 2003 about the risk of suicidal thoughts. That warning may have helped reverse a five-year trend of rising rates of diagnosis for depression.

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