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Children and adolescents who take the most common antidepressants are twice as likely to experience aggression and suicide as those not exposed to the drugs, according to a review by Cochrane researchers. In the image, sad child in playground

Risks associated with antidepressant use are likely to be underestimated because antidepressant clinical trials are poorly designed and can be misreported, say researchers

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