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WELL, TO BE FAIR, THINGS DID GET MORE DEPRESSING: Antidepressant use in U.S. soars by 65 percent in…

WELL, TO BE FAIR, THINGS DID GET MORE DEPRESSING: Antidepressant use in U.S. soars by 65 percent in 15 years.
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