Antidepressants Tied to Women's Heart Risk

Relatively healthy women with severe depression are at increased risk for heart problems, including sudden cardiac death and fatal heart disease, a new study finds. But even more startling is that the researchers suggest that some of the antidepressants used to treat these women might play a role in their increased heart risk. Doctors from Columbia University in New York and the University of California at San Diego analyzed information provided by 63,469 women participating in the ongoing...Full Story
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