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Children, teens, and the safety of psychotropic medicines

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August 06, 2020

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T K
August 15, 2020

Thanks for posting this. My daughter has ADD (non-hyoeractive, distraction type), has just entered into puberty, and is showing signs of depression. We have been considering a three-part approach to managing her care: medical/pharmaceutical, social/ support groups, and psychological/continuing traditional therapy. This article helped me better understand the pharma side of the equation.

Hyun Jung Kim
August 17, 2020

Thank you for your kind words, TK. I am glad you found this article helpful.

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