“Study Finds Risks for Teens of Mothers Who Took Certain Antidepressants”

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“Adolescents whose mothers took certain antidepressants while pregnant with them are more than four times as likely to become depressed by age 15, compared with children whose mothers had psychiatric disorders but didn’t take the medication during pregnancy,” The Wall Street Journal reports.

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