[Good or Bad?]
Monday, June 15, 2009
A recent alarming report found that a staggering 48 babies under the age of one were prescribed with anti-depressants in Australia in the past year.
"There is no good reason why babies should be prescribed with anti-depressants for depression," says Professor Ian Hickie from the Brain Mind & Research Institute in Sydney, "however there may be a number of unusual off label uses such as down syndrome or autism where GPs felt the tablets might help. Read More