Research Thin on Antidepressants and Children Experts say more research is needed to understand how antidepressants affect children, especially in the early weeks of use. At the same time, little research exists about when to stop taking the drugs. Hear NPR's Alix Spiegel.
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Research Thin on Antidepressants and Children

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Research Thin on Antidepressants and Children

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Research Thin on Antidepressants and Children

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Experts say more research is needed to understand how antidepressants affect children, especially in the early weeks of use. At the same time, little research exists about when to stop taking the drugs. Hear NPR's Alix Spiegel.