Antidepressants, therapy weighed for youngsters

05/27/2005 | USA Today

Some therapy techniques work just as well as drugs to help certain depressed children and teenagers, but severe cases in youngsters usually require drugs to fully treat the condition, a National Institute of Mental Health scientist said. The urgency and importance of this issue comes on the heels of the FDA ordering "black box labels" on antidepressant medications because of links to increased suicidal tendencies.

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