Antidepressants study casts doubt on drugs taken by 8m people | The Times
Between 85 and 90 per cent of the public believe depression is caused by low serotonin or a chemical imbalance but artificially lowering serotonin levels does not lead to depression while external events such as grief can.
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One in seven people in England now takes an antidepressant
Twenty-one million prescriptions for the drugs were issued in the first quarter of this year, a million more than for the same period in 2021, and double the number that were prescribed in 2009.
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