Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP
Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP

Study says most antidepressants don’t work for young patients, and some may be unsafe

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Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP
Eli Lilly & Co’s Prozac, pictured at a company facility in Plainfield, Indiana. Scientists say most antidepressants don’t work for children or teenagers with major depression and that some may even be unsafe, in the biggest analysis yet conducted of previously published studies. Photo: AP
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