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Major Depression and Substance Abuse in Teens, and Fostering Environments Supportive of Recovery

Wellness

2017/Mar-Apr

ci_wellnessIn keeping with this issue’s focus on adolescents, this column will initially focus on research findings concerning the predominant emphasis, in many settings, of prescribing antidepressants as a first line of attack in treating major depression in children and adolescents....
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