FDA Warns of Youth Suicide Risk Tied to Antidepressants

The Food and Drug Administration issues a new public health advisory to doctors about the use of medications to treat depressed children and teenagers. The FDA is investigating reports of an increased risk for suicide in children and teenagers who use antidepressants. NPR's Vicky Que reports.



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