Now, research headed up by neuroscientists David Gurwitz and Noam Shomron of Tel Aviv University shows that SSRI's (Selective Serotonin ReUptake Inhibitors), so-called anti-depressants like Zoloft, Lexapro, Prozac, and more, do not actually prevent or treat depression. Why not?
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Because... “There’s really no evidence that depression is a serotonin-deficiency syndrome,” says Alan Gelenberg, a depression and psychiatric researcher at The Pennsylvania State University. “It’s like saying that a headache is an aspirin-deficiency syndrome.”
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