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What's next for depressed kids?

Talk therapies work, but there aren't enough therapists to do the talking

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Correspondent / September 21, 2004

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Last week's finding by a government advisory panel that the newest generation of antidepressants is linked to suicidal behavior in a small percentage of children has left parents and care givers in a quandary as they weigh the drugs' risks against possible benefits and search for other options. (Full Article: 1040 Words)

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