Questions raised about antidepressants use by expectant mothers
Newborns whose mothers took SSRI antidepressants during pregnancy are more likely to have tremors and to show unusual sleep and waking patterns, a small study suggests today in Pediatrics. ''
FDA Examines Risk of Antidepressants
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is trying to determine if popular adult antidepressants sometimes increase the risk of suicide when they're given to children, an emotionally charged controversy that escalated months ago when British authorities sounded an alarm.
New campaign focuses on link between pain, depression
A new national campaign, sponsored by professional and patient advocacy groups, is raising public awareness of the link between pain and depression.
The fight begins to protect Zyprexa's patent
Lilly wound up on the wrong end of those odds in 2000, when a U.S. Court of Appeals overturned a lower court's decision that preserved Prozac's patent until 2003.
Survey: Drug Use Down Alcohol Popular; Pot Comes Next, Officials Say
SANTA CLARITA - Drug use and alcohol consumption among middle and high school students in the Santa Clarita Valley declined sharply in 2002 compared with three years earlier, according to results of a survey released Wednesday.
Ten Warning Signs That Your Child Is Having Trouble In School
Dana Davidson, director of the Parenting Center of Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge, offered this list of the "Ten Warning Signs That Your Child Is Having Trouble In School."
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