No gain from rise in antidepressants

Antidepressants may not be as effective in treating depression as healthcare practitioners believe, according to new research. While they are the most commonly used medication in Australia, with use more than doubling since 2000, this rise has seen no commensurate improvement in outcomes for people with depression. A recent article published in the MJA reveals

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