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Antidepressants do not improve life: Research

Apr 23, 2022
Over time, using antidepressants is not associated with significantly better health-related quality of life.

Depression in COVID survivors more treatable: Study

Oct 9, 2021
The findings of a pilot study has found that depressed patients, who suffered from COVID respond better to standard antidepressants than people who haven't had COVID.

Relapse risk can be reduced by staying on antidepressants

Oct 1, 2021
The findings of a new study led by UCL researchers suggest that when people stop taking antidepressants after a long period of use, just over half (56 percent) experience a relapse within a year, compared to 39 percent of those who stay on medication.
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