“Generation Meds: the US Children Who Grow Up on Prescription Drugs”

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“In America, medication is becoming almost as much a staple of childhood as Disney and McDonald’s,” writes Sarah Boseley in the Guardian. In this piece photographer Baptiste Lignel follows six boys and girls to examine the long-term effects of these drugs.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Nice article there. Very interesting. When I was aged 9-14 I was made by mother to take antidepressants, but sometimes I managed to expectorate them behind my bed, in the bathroom or under my pillow because fuck that. Let me be me, woman. Lol.

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