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Prozac and Zoloft are close behind—research now shows that their usage among preschoolers has more than doubled in recent years.
When Children Commit Suicide Sara Reistad-Long September 1, 2009
Instead of a traditional, individual-focused narrative, Coming of Age on Zoloft is a collective memoir, of sorts.
America’s Zoloft Problem: A Generation Grows Up With Antidepressants Cara Spitalewitz July 14, 2012
But what exactly would turn psychotropic drugs like Prozac and Paxil and Zoloft into a subplot in the subprime mess?
Anti-Depressant Nation Adam Hanft October 4, 2008
Zoloft Zo·loft (zō’lôft’)
A trademark for the serotonin-inhibiting antidepressant sertraline hydrochloride.
a sedative hypnotic drug, (C 19 H 21 N 3 O) 2 ·C 4 H 6 O 6, closely related in effect to the benzodiazepines, used in the treatment of insomnia.
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