Show News February 7, 2011
A Sad State of Affairs

We all know people who face depression or anxiety can often benefit from medication. But how many of us are popping pills without actually being diagnosed? A study from the University of Manitoba suggests it's fairly common in the U.S. Apparently, a quarter of people who take anti-depressants have never been officially diagnosed with depression.

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