Antidepressants May DOUBLE Risk of Suicide and Aggression in Young People

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Yet another study has revealed disturbing information about antidepressants.

According to the findings of new research published in The BMJ, the risk of aggression and suicide in children and adolescents associated with the five most commonly prescribed antidepressants is higher than previously realized – MUCH higher.

The fact that antidepressant use can increase the risk of suicide and aggressive (or even violent) behavior isn’t new information, but the new study strongly suggests that the risk is DOUBLED.

But because the clinical trials that evaluate antidepressants are poorly designed and findings are often misreported in published articles, the true risk for serious harms (including deaths, aggression, akathisia, and suicidal thoughts and attempts) for children, adolescents, and adults remains unknown.

Recent reports have revealed that important data about the safety of these drugs -especially their risks for children and adolescents – has been withheld from the medical community and the public.

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