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Article: DNA Tests For Psychiatric Drugs Are Controversial But Some Insurers Are Covering Them
Genetic Tests Claim To Match Patients With The Best Drugs For Their Depression - Do They Work? Evidence that the tests are effective has been called "inconclusive."
NPR "Shots: Health News",October 17, 2019.
Article: Do Antidepressants Work?
The most comprehensive study on them has recently been published, showing mostly modest effects.
Article: Withdrawing From Antidepressants
NYTimes 4/09/18 An article about antidepressant withdrawal set off a controversy in the mental health community. Psychiatrists and a patient urge caution.
Article: Pills may put Babies at Risk
This article appeared as a Blog post in the September 1, 2014 issue of The New York Times. It discusses the possible risks of SSRI Antidepressants to newborns.