AntiDepressant Use surges in developed Countries

The unhappy rich: antidepressant use soars in developed nations

Antidepressant use explodes among developed nations as Big Pharma pushes pills as magical problem solvers
More than 10% of American adults use antidepressant drugs

Many of the world’s most unhappy and depressed people live in developed countries where rates of antidepressant use have skyrocketed over the past decade, says a new report – Health at a Glance 2013 – issued by the U.S.-based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The latest available figures reveal that more than 10 percent of adults in places like the U.S., Canada and Iceland now pop pills for their depression, a direct result of pharmaceutical companies pushing these drugs as some kind of magical problem solver. ”

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Natural News, 23 Nov 2013

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