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Prozac Isn't The Same In A Kid's Body

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Prozac Isn't The Same In A Kid's Body

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Prozac Isn't The Same In A Kid's Body

Prozac Isn't The Same In A Kid's Body

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What happens when people treat their children with medicines tested on adults? Some bad side-effects, according to a new study on the "off-label" use of drugs that have been specifically approved for adults. Dr. Sydney Spiesel explains the study's findings to Alex Chadwick.

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