“Risk of Off-Label Uses for Prescription Drugs”

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The Wall Street Journal highlights a new study that found that off-label medications represent about 12% of drug prescriptions and are resulting in negative side effects about 50% of the time. Antidepressants and antipsychotics are among the drugs most likely to be prescribed off-label.

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