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17 June 2011

Give antidepressants at least a month to work

An antidepressant should be taken for at least a month before deciding it's ineffective, researchers found.

An antidepressant should be taken for at least a month before deciding it's ineffective, researchers have concluded based on a data they published online May 31st in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

The study

 

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