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Antidepressants: Now Commonplace, and Evolving

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Antidepressants: Now Commonplace, and Evolving

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Antidepressants: Now Commonplace, and Evolving

Antidepressants: Now Commonplace, and Evolving

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As antidepressants become more commonplace in society, how has their use affected mental health in America? Dr. David Fassler, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and a practicing child and adolescent psychiatrist in Burlington, Vt., talks with Madeleine Brand.