THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

It's premature to blame FDA for suicide rise

By Scott Allen
Globe Staff / September 17, 2007

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The front page headline in the Washington Post was alarming: "Youth suicides increased as antidepressant use fell." A new study argued that a record increase in youth suicides in 2004 may have been the unintended consequence of federal warnings that antidepressants such as Prozac can trigger suicidal thoughts in children. Media outlets across the country reported the painful irony that ... (Full article: 1037 words)

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