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success, where three-quarters of all anti-depressants are sold, to developing markets abroad.
It is essential that no one taking anti-depressants discontinues or changes dosages without medical supervision.
He speaks of controlling the "symptoms" of depression (which he agrees anti-depressants can do), as opposed to curing the "disease" itself (which he thinks requires psychotherapy).
CRx-197 is a selective cytokine modulator containing low concentrations of the allergy drug loratadine and the anti-depressant nortriptyline, neither of which is indicated for the treatment of dermatitis on its own but which have been shown to act synergistically in preclinical models of inflammation.
3million this year on anti-depressant prescriptions.
Washington, Apr 25 ( ANI ): Benefits of most commonly prescribed anti-depressants, even taken at their best, compare poorly to the risks, which include premature death in elderly patients, a new study has revealed.
A THIRD of women have taken anti-depressants at some point in their lives, according to new research.
Specialists have always known it sometimes takes up to three tries to find the correct anti-depressant for a patient.
CLAIMS that anti-depressant drugs don't work for most patients could lead to more illness, family break-ups and even suicide, a Warwickshire mental health charity has warned.
More than 32 million anti-depressant prescriptions are issued nationally each year but it's Middlesbrough that tops the league with people taking an average of pounds 7.
A woman killed herself using her anti-depressant medication, a Huddersfield inquest heard.
She had been prescribed the anti-depressant Clomipramine, which she regularly took herself.
If the side-effects persist for more than a week, a change of anti-depressant may be necessary.
He emphasised that Diazepam is not an anti-depressant, and at no stage in his article did he comment on the non-addictiveness of Diazepam.
a privately held biotech Company specializing in development of anti-depressant compounds, has announced that Dr.