Antidepressant meds tied to increased diabetes risk

04/8/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

A new study found the use of antidepressants is linked to an increased risk of developing diabetes. "If antidepressants prove to be an independent diabetes risk factor, clinicians will need to consider this when prescribing depression treatment in patients at high risk for diabetes," the lead researcher said.

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