using antidepressants in children and teens might not work...or might increase suicide risk

There's concern that using antidepressants in children and teens might not work...or might increase suicide risk.

Depression affects about 3% of children...and 8% of teens.

These children are commonly treated with antidepressants, based on their safety and efficacy in adults.

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