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How can I decide whether to take antidepressants?

April 16, 2007

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Untreated depression is a terrible disease, and antidepressants help millions of people. But they should be taken under tight medical supervision, said Dr. Alexander Bodkin , chief of clinical psychopharmacology research at McLean Hospital. (Full article: 315 words)

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