Congressmen Criticize FDA over Antidepressants Republicans and Democrats roundly criticize the Food and Drug Administration for not acting to warn parents and doctors of potential problems with antidepressant drugs. After rising concerns over the safety of the drugs when given to children, drug companies say they plan to provide more information on their products. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Joanne Silberner.
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Congressmen Criticize FDA over Antidepressants

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Congressmen Criticize FDA over Antidepressants

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Congressmen Criticize FDA over Antidepressants

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Republicans and Democrats roundly criticize the Food and Drug Administration for not acting to warn parents and doctors of potential problems with antidepressant drugs. After rising concerns over the safety of the drugs when given to children, drug companies say they plan to provide more information on their products. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Joanne Silberner.